Twitter is making it easier to dig into others’ Tweet history on iOS

Twitter is always testing and launching new features across different platforms. While the company is working on expanding the downvote button to the web, it seems like other changes are rolling out on iOS. We have discovered earlier that a Search @Username’s Tweets button is appearing on the latest (stable) version of the iPhone app.

This new button — located in the top right corner, next to the 3-dot menu — allows iOS users to dig through their own tweets or any other account’s. When you click it, you get a search field where you can enter the term(s) you’re looking for. Once you hit enter, you will be taken to a screen similar to that of the existent search functionality. There the search term will change to From:Username Term.

So this new button is technically just a shortcut to an existent feature that Twitter users can take advantage of on all platforms. If you haven’t gotten this update yet, you can just type From:Username Term — and obviously change the username and s…

Written By: Mahmoud Itani

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