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New Move by Twitter: Universal Search Results

Finally!  Twitter has finally announced it is launching Universal Search Results. The roll out will happen in waves, which means some users have to wait. But, when we do finally get this feature it will increase the speed and efficiency of networking through twitter. Business profiles will be able to reach  targeted audiences and personal profiles will get more similar people as per their interest.s The changes carry web search for twitter in line with the current mobile experience.

What are the Search Filters? 

Users will get three powerful filters as left tabs: Photo, Result, and People

Example:

A search for “Angry Bird”  will get the following results:

Photo: Images related to Angry Bird
People: Who is discussing about Angry Bird.

Note: Only Top tweets will come.

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Other Twitter Update:

•After clicking on the search box, the dropdown now includes Recent Searches and Saved Searches.  The former is new, the latter wasn’t as visible before.

•As you type a word to search, Twitter is now telling you if there are matching accounts.

So be ready for new these new features and make your online marketing plan  now!

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Chandan Das

Owner and Co-founder at Clicks4info
Chandan Das is the Owner and Cofounder of Clicks4info, Who has interest in Blogging, SEO, SMO and also spend time on dancing, gaming and other funny things.
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4 thoughts on “New Move by Twitter: Universal Search Results

  1. I think this is a great move by Twitter with search filters which are long over due; however as the Tweet which you’ve embedded says, it was announced 2nd August so it’s kind of old new now! :-P

  2. Nice move by twitter. This new service is beneficial to marketers/bloggers since the enhanced results will give them and their brands the opportunity to be more visible to the twitter world. They should fully take advantage of this service.

    Nice post, Chandan.

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