When Twitter acquired search engine Summize, it immediately rebranded and relaunched it as Twitter Search. Oddly enough, this functionality hasn’t been built into the regular Twitter pages just yet, but CNET has noticed this functionality on a screenshot from GetSatisfaction’s Twitter support page, which discusses some other new features such as “nudge.”
Is it an accidental uncovering of a new feature or a mistake? I’d say it’s the former, since integrating Twitter search with the main site is a logical — and highly requested by the community — step for Twitter. This screenshot probably means we’ll see it implemented fairly soon.
[image credits: CNET and GetSatisfaction]
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