Twitter introduced a underline Monday enabling people to send direct, private messages to any user, as prolonged as that user has opted into a feature.
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Previously, users could send private messages (also famous as approach messages, or “DM”) usually to people who followed them on a platform. That meant both users had to follow any other to have a private exchange. Now people can send and respond to approach messages but carrying to follow anyone.
Users can opt in by updating their remoteness settings on a Twitter website, and can stop receiving approach messages from people by restraint them.
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