Twitter Search (Finally) Available To All Users

Much to the delight of users far and wide (such as our own @dannysullivan), Twitter has announced that Twitter Search is now available on all user account home pages. Not only that, but Twitter has also added a “Save This Search” feature that may prove popular, too.

When logged in to your Twitter account, all users should now see a Twitter search box in the right column below your account stats and information. A search there leads to results like this:

twitter search

At the top is the new “Save this search” option which, when clicked, will add the search term as a link right under the search box. After saving a search, the text at the top changes to “Remove this saved search” the next time you run that search query.

Twitter’s search function was originally only available on a sub-domain, Twitter began adding the search box on account pages in February for a limited set of Twitter users.

We’ve profiled other Twitter search engines & tools here on Search Engine Land. Here’s a sample of previous posts:

Related Topics: Channel: Social | Twitter


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