Twitter has introduced a new underline called Share around Direct Message that allows we to share tweets privately. You can find this duty in a form of an Envelope symbol (on iOS and Android apps) in a same quarrel as a Like and Retweet.
Here’s how we can use this to share tweets secretly around Web, Android iOS App.
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Sharing Private Tweets around Web
(Step 1) Click on a More (triple dots) choice next a tweet.
(Step 2) Click on Share around Direct Message in a dump down menu.
(Step 3) Enter name(s) of person(s) or group(s) we wish to share a chatter with and click a Next button.
(Step 4) Add any criticism if we wish and click a Send symbol to share a chatter secretly in a message.
Sharing Private Tweets around App
A message button to share tweets secretly has been added in the Android iOS App (April 2016). If we don’t see it yet, it might take a while to hurl out.
Method 1: Send around Direct Message
(Step 1) Tap hold a chatter we wish to share secretly and a pop adult menu will appear.
(Step 2) Click Send around Direct Message.
(Step 3) Search select a name(s) of person(s) or group(s) we wish to share a chatter with.
(Step 4) Add any note and click a SEND symbol to share a chatter privately.
Method 2: Share With Message button
(Step 1) Click on a little Envelope symbol (as shown in a image).
(Step 2) Search select a name(s) of person(s) or group(s) we wish to share a chatter with.
(Step 3) Add any note and click a SEND symbol to share a chatter privately.
Images are from a Twitter central blog.