Twitter has announced that an upcoming update to its mobile clients will allow users to go back and review their entire direct message history. Currently the app only provides a limited look back, but that restriction will be removed in a new version that will also make deleting messages more reliable across its web and mobile platforms.

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There’s still no word on whether this update will be the one to restore the inability to send links in direct messages, which has been an ongoing issue for several months now for many useres, while others are still able to send URLs in messages with no problem.

 

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