After testing over the past few months, Twitter has officially launched a new private message chat window over the main screen. The Twitter chat window allows you to send messages without going to a dedicated section.
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The chat window is similar to how private messages work on desktop Facebook. When you receive a new message, the window expands and you can minimize it at any time.
The update is due to the fact that there is an increase in the use of private messages on Twitter against the background of a decrease in regular publications.
At the same time, at the moment there is no option that will allow you to hide or remove the message window, you can only minimize it.
Twitter has previously launched voice tweets and has also added an option to customize list covers.
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