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Saturday, 10 July 2021

The company has started testing multiple privacy features, allowing Twitter users to hide their accounts from search results.

 The company has started testing multiple privacy features, allowing Twitter users to hide their accounts from search results.

 The company has started testing multiple privacy features, allowing Twitter users to hide their accounts from search results.


All is not OK in the country right now for Twitter. On the one hand the government has increased the difficulty of Twitter to implement the new IT rule. On the other hand, the new IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has told Twitter in no uncertain terms that all the social media platforms will have to abide by the country's new IT rules.


Meanwhile, Twitter began testing new privacy features to enhance the privacy of its users. With the new feature, the user's account will not be seen in the search results. The company's privacy feature also includes a one-stop privacy checkup.


According to tech website Fonearena, users will now be informed about the company's privacy settings. This is because not all users are aware of Twitter's privacy settings. All the settings required from the privacy checkup will be seen in one place. New features can help you login to multiple Twitter accounts. This will update the compose screen and reply to the new tweet. The account from which the tweets are being sent will be further clarified.


Apart from this Twitter may still launch a feature. In it, the protected account holder will reply to the tweets of the users who do not follow them and Twitter will give them a reminder. The user can switch to his public account. This will make the reply to the tweet visible to all users.

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Twitter users are often the victims of trolling. In that case, the user has to either delete the account or make it private. Twitter will launch a new feature for it. This will allow the user to hide their account from the search results. However, all these features are currently in the testing phase. It will be released globally soon.

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