Twitter, the micro-blogging site, has rolled out a new feature that allows users to pin direct messages. This feature is now available for Android users, iOS users and web users.
This feature allows users to pin up to six conversations, which will always appear above on the user’s other messages.
Keep your fave DM convos easily accessible by pinning them! You can now pin up to six conversations that will stay at the top of your DM inbox.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 17, 2022
Available on Android, iOS, and web. pic.twitter.com/kIjlzf9XLJ
For Android and iOS phones, the user has to press and hold the message that they want to save. Afterwards, “Pin Conversations” is expected to appear with other options.
For the web, the option might appear via the three dots menu when the user hovers over a conversation in their inbox.
Along with that, Twitter is also rolling out its new bot labels which will let bot accounts include a label to show they are automated. This feature is for those users who are running bot accounts on Twitter. However, users can add labels to make it clear about their automated tweets.
The company Twitter has started testing the label in September and is now rolling it out globally.