The micro-blogging site, Twitter has rolled out a new Twitter Ads Button in its app, which will be available on the user profiles accessed on both of the platforms, Android and iOS.
According to a report by Techcrunch.com, the newly added button is placed right next to the ‘Edit Profile’ button, the account switcher and the Settings icon. The button will take the user to the Ad Management page, where they can manage the Twitter ad campaigns while on the move.
The announcement is not an official from Twitter. However, both the respective App stores of Android and iOS has been updated with the new Twitter mobile app boasting the new feature.
Previously, to manage the ad campaigns, the option was provided under a list that was generated after tapping the ‘Setting icon’. At that time, Twitter Ads was visible right above the options for Lists, Drafts, and Help.
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Twitter is continuously showing its efforts in improving the network as the firm has announced last month that it is offering its users to send 1000 character long Direct Messages to their followers. Earlier, the size limit for the Direct Messages was only up to 140 characters, which is now extended up to 1000 characters by the firm.
However, before the users start fretting at the prospects of receiving unsolicited extra long messages Twitter has provided to maintain the users’ privacy. The users can stop people you do not follow from sending you these new, extra-long Direct Messages. Meanwhile, Twitter has further announced that it is not going to extend the character support of 140 characters of the tweets.