Here are 5 must-reads on new changes Twitter made to its search functionality we don’t want you to miss.
By Frost Li Today we’re introducing search autocomplete and ‘People you follow’ search results to twitter.com. In addition to recent improvements like related query suggestions, spelling corrections and more relevant search results, these updates make it even easier to immediately get closer to the things you care about.
Twitter patches up its search interface
By Rafe Needleman As hinted at in a tweet by Twitter’s Pankaj Gupta last night, Twitter today rolled out an improved search experience. It’s a big and overdue improvement in usability, but the new features are not revolutionary.
What Twitter’s New Search Features Mean For Google, Third-Party Developers
By Carl Franzen Tech bloggers have noted that Twitter’s recent moves betray ambitions to become a more comprehensive search engine, or at least add the capabilities of a search engine to its existing website, so whether this is just the beginning of a sea change in Twitter search remains to be seen.
3 Things To Note About Twitter’s Upgraded Search
By Kristina Chew The battle for internet search dominance and social media has more players besides Google and Facebook. Since these internet sites have become so crucial to how we find information and how we communicate, Twitter’s changes could turn out to be the start of a something new and big — or not.
Hands-on with Twitter’s new Simpler Search: Timeline search is a game changer
By Drew Olanoff Now that the cat is out of the bag, we know what Twitter meant when it said the company would be changing the way we explore and discover on the service forever. I’m taking the new features for a spin, and I have to say that I’m mighty impressed.