Twitter removes ‘Direct Message’ button on Android, iPhones

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twitter Bought by a billionaire Elon Musk Since then, the company has undergone many changes. Over the past few months, these changes have not only impacted the company, but have also been a concern for users of social media platforms. It is now reported that the latest update removed functionality for some users.both android When iphone Users are reporting that the latest Twitter update removed the “Send a Direct Message” option from their profile page.
When I checked on my Android device, all accounts did not have a DM button. Multiple his iPhone owners have also reported this issue, but it doesn’t appear to be affecting all devices running iOS. Twitter has not officially announced the removal of this handy toggle. Additionally, removing the DM button could be the result of a bug affecting his mobile users rather than an intentional move by the company.
Profile Page DM Options: What It Is
A DM option on each Twitter profile helps users send. direct message To another account directly from your profile page. Previously, on mobile there was a DM button next to the follow option (or follow) and notification button. This toggle has disappeared from the app. However, the direct message button is still visible in Twitter’s web client.
Profile Page DM Options: User Impact
Several Android users, including some Twitter users, have reported the removal of the DM button. However, some iPhone users have reported the same issue and others claim the buttons are working fine. 9to5Google reports that one user reported missing the button on her Android phone, but was able to see it on her iPhone signed in with the same account.
The company plans to patch this issue soon. Meanwhile, the user can still initiate direct his messages on Twitter. The user should search for the account to send the message to in the Messages Her tab.
Latest changes in Twitter for Android
Twitter has made some notable changes to its Android app over the past few weeks. Android users can now subscribe to the Twitter Blue subscription for $11 per month. Twitter Blue subscribers not only receive blue checks to their accounts, they are also prioritized in searches and conversations.
The company also recently added a “For You” tab for Android users. This tab shows Tweets in an algorithmic view rather than chronologically. It’s important to note that these features are already available in iOS apps.

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