Twitter direct message button disappears from some users’ profiles on Android, iOS: Report
Twitter recently rolled out the latest update for Android and iOS, and the option to send direct messages has disappeared for many users on both platforms. This means there is no option to send a direct message via the profile page. Many users have reported the same on the microblogging site. The “DM” button usually appears between the Follow and Announce buttons on the profile page. While this has suddenly disappeared for many Twitter users, they can still send direct messages by going to the Messages tab and searching for the account they want to send a direct message to.
According to one report by 9to5 Google, option to send DMs directly from one Twitter The user’s profile page has suddenly disappeared for some Twitter users on both Android and iOS after the latest update to the app was rolled out last week. The report said the “DM” icon, which normally appears between the Follow and Notification icons on a user’s profile page, has disappeared without any replacement. However, it added that many iPhone users can still see the DM icon.
Some Twitter users have report this issue on the microblogging site. A Gadgets 360 employee was also able to confirm that the DM button was missing on their Android phone. It has not been confirmed yet whether the microblogging site has officially removed the DM button from the user’s profile page or if it is just a bug. Twitter has yet to make any statement about this.
Twitter has rolled out a few changes since Elon Musk acquired the platform in October 2022. Last month, it announced the ability to upload videos up to 60 minutes long for Twitter Blue subscribers through its Twitter Blue page. However, this feature is currently only available on the Web and has not been released for iOS or Android apps. Details are shared on Twitter Community Page says that Twitter Blue subscribers on the Web can now post videos up to 60 minutes long in 1080p. Notably, the video size should not exceed 2GB.
Previously, Twitter Blue subscribers could only upload 10-minute videos on the platform in 1080p, with a file size limit of 512MB. After the initial rollout, controversy, and subsequent withdrawal, the Twitter Blue subscription was relaunched under new CEO Elon Musk at $11 (about Rs 899) per month for iOS and $8 ( around Rs 653) per month for Web users.
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