- Twitter has launched a new feature that allows users to search for lists directly.
- Users can search for lists by typing in a topic and the search results will show lists with information on the number of followers and members.
- Lists can be pinned to the homepage for quick access and can include accounts that commonly tweet about the selected keyword.
Twitter has introduced its new feature called ‘List Search’. This feature will allow users to search for specific lists on the platform. This new feature is now available on the Twitter app, iPad app, and the web version.
Twitter’s ‘List Search’ feature allows users to search for lists of people, places or subjects by keywords. List owners can also add descriptions to their lists to make it easier for people to find them. This feature saves users time and helps them discover new content on Twitter.
The Lists feature on Twitter has been around for a while, but the List Search feature is a significant update. Twitter users have been able to create lists of accounts of their choice to keep up with them without following them. Lists have been a great way to follow multiple accounts with similar interests, and now users can search for those lists easily.
The new feature will benefit brands and businesses. Businesses can now search for lists that match their niche, industry, or target audience. For instance, they can search for a list of influencers in their field, tweet about their product, or engage with people in that list.
Twitter’s new List Search feature will also allow users to follow trending topics and hashtags related to issues and events. Journalists, for example, can keep track of the lists of sources they use for their stories, and users can follow lists of notable personalities to stay up-to-date with what’s happening in their world.
Twitter never stops innovating and improving its user experience. The List Search feature is another addition to its list of features designed to make Twitter easier and more engaging to use. This new feature will indeed make Twitter more valuable and keep users engaged for longer durations.