Twitter Rolls Out New Search Results
Twitter is rolling out a new search results page on the Web, which features a cleaner interface that makes it easier for users to discover content.
Twitter began testing the new layout back in April, which features a menu bar at the top of the page that enables users to filter search results for top content, real-time tweets, accounts, images and videos. Plus, users can leverage the “more options” tab on the menu bar to refine results even further, with options like “from everyone,” “from everywhere,” “news” and “advanced search.”
It is important to note that the search landing page and default “top” filter showcase a variety of content to make the discovery process easier. This content including tweets, accounts and images associated with the search term. Moreover, Twitter now highlights the search term in a bold color (which varies based on each users’ settings) at the very top of the page.