Twitter may soon notify you when a tweet associated with a search query of yours is posted

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Twitter is reportedly developing a new feature that can help you stay on top of all the topics you’re interested in. As first noted by Dylan Roussel, an Android developer, the social media platform is working on a way to let you subscribe to your searches. When you subscribe to a search, Twitter will notify you via push notifications when new tweets related to your search are published.

From screenshots Roussel tweeted, we can see how he subscribed to his search “Inware” via a new button that reads “Search for subscriber.” However, Roussel also shared that although his subscription was successful, he has not yet received any notification of it. As it’s still a work in progress, he said the feature may not be fully functional, or Twitter may have decided to tweak the app to periodically send notifications to prevent users from spamming a large number of tweets. Please note that this feature is currently a work in progress, and it is unknown if Twitter will indeed release it to all of its users. But the truth is that such an option will undoubtedly come in handy.

Imagine: you want to know everything about the upcoming iPhone 14. You just search for “iPhone 14” on Twitter, subscribe to your question and every time someone posts about the new iPhone, you get a notification.

But until that day comes, if you want to know everything about the upcoming iPhone, you can check out our iPhone 14 release date, price, features and news article to keep up to date with all the latest news and rumours. You can also follow PhoneArena on Twitter and get notified every time an interesting mobile technology report comes out.

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