Twitter users can once again share URLs through direct messages

Twitter users can now resume sharing URLs via the social network's DMs (direct messages).

Twitter users can once again share URLs through direct messages

Washington: Twitter users can now resume sharing URLs via the social network's DMs (direct messages).

According to The Verge, for over a year, the micro-blogging service's support page contained a message stating that the company was restructuring backend elements of their messaging system, resulting in a possible inability to DM links.

The company said last week that Twitter users would soon be able to share and discuss tweets "natively and privately" via direct messages . 

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