Twitter has redesigned its Direct Messages section and will filter messages on the basis of followers and the kind of messages you receive. The micro-blogging website confirmed about the new change via a tweet on its platform.
Up until now, the message section was quite straightforward. If you get messages from Twitter users who may follow or not follow you, they used to appear one after another flooding your inbox with messages.
Now, the Direct Messages tab will filter your messages into sections: Inbox and Requests. Requests will let you see messages from people you do not follow while Inbox will let you see messages from people you follow.
The second change is in the Message Settings where Twitter will filter low-quality messages from the Request section. While Twitter has not made it clear what these "low-quality" messages may be, it could most likely be spam.
Are your Direct Messages open, to chat privately with anyone? If so, you’ll see two sections: Inbox, with messages from people you follow; and Requests, for messages from people you don’t follow.
Requests are now filtered, so it's easier to see those useful messages. pic.twitter.com/qE76m1rhqg
— Twitter (@Twitter) August 22, 2018
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