Meta’s Threads is stepping up its game in the social media arena with a much-anticipated feature that has users buzzing – keyword search. Since its debut on July 5, 2023, Threads has been on a mission to enhance the user experience, and this latest addition is a game-changer.
Picture this: You’re scrolling through Threads, trying to find a specific post or topic that caught your eye earlier, but it’s buried in the sea of updates. Fret not, because Threads has your back now. With the introduction of keyword search, finding what you’re looking for has never been easier.
On September 7, 2023, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Instagram head Adam Mosseri unveiled the keyword search feature’s availability in most English and Spanish-speaking countries. This means users in places like Argentina, India, Mexico, and the US can now enjoy the benefits of this new functionality.
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The response from Threads users has been nothing short of ecstatic. Comments flooded in, expressing excitement and gratitude for this long-awaited feature. One user exclaimed, “Yay, I have keyword search, and this is glorious!” Another user, clearly overjoyed, said, “OMG keyword search, I could cry. Thank you for this basic f*cking function!” It’s evident that Threads users are thrilled about this update.
But what about users in countries where English and Spanish aren’t the primary languages? Threads hasn’t forgotten about you. While the platform has introduced keyword search to its web version, the rollout to other language-speaking countries remains on the horizon. Rest assured, we’ll keep you updated on when this expansion takes place.
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