(CTN News) – Threads, the Instagram spinoff, recently introduced an advanced keyword search feature to its users worldwide. Initially tested in Australia and New Zealand, this functionality is now available in all supported languages across various regions where is accessible.
The inclusion of keyword search was a highly requested feature by Threads users.
By inputting specific keywords, users can discover content from other users and creators. However, it is important to note that the search results are not currently displayed in chronological order.
During a weekly ask-me-anything session on Instagram, a user posed a question to Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, regarding the possibility of displaying search results chronologically on Threads.
In response, Mosseri expressed caution, explaining that organizing search results in chronological order could potentially facilitate misuse of the platform by malicious individuals, leading to an influx of spam content.
Threads, a competitor to X (formerly Twitter), offers a unique feature that sets it apart from other platforms. Unlike X, allows users to view search results in chronological order through various tabs, providing a more organized and user-friendly experience. Users can easily navigate to the “Latest” tab to see the most recent posts related to their search query.
In response to user feedback, Threads has introduced a highly anticipated feature that allows users to delete their profile without affecting their Instagram account. This update has been well-received by users who appreciate the flexibility and control it offers.
Threads is also expanding its reach by launching in the European Union this month. While the initial version may only support read-only functionality, this move demonstrates a commitment to reaching a wider audience and catering to the needs of users in different regions.
Overall, Continues to innovate and evolve, providing a compelling alternative to X. With its unique search functionality, user-friendly interface, and commitment to user control, Threads is set to make a significant impact in the social media landscape.