Information will be found on Twitter to fight Corona. (PC Twitter)
Twitter also offers an option in those cases if users want to see tweets that are near their location. To do this, they must first type a Relevant hashtag. After this, you have to toggle the Near You button on the right.
See you on Twitter Medical Resources – Twitter has said in its tweet that, people all over the country are using Twitter. So that they can search the latest information and resources. As the movement of people increases, we want to remind you of some such features which can help you search faster.
If you’d like to see Tweets that are close to your current location, type in a relevant hashtag in the search bar, tap the toggle button on the top right, and turn on ‘Near you’ under ‘Location’. You’ll have to turn on location settings for this to work. pic.twitter.com/BwQENGjduw
— Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) April 23, 2021
How to Search Medical Resources
- For this you will need a Twitter account. By opening it, you can search for Medical Resources.
- According to Twitter, users can filter tweets based on Medical Resources through the Advanced Search feature. For example: Users can filter any specific hashtag, time period or advanced search
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- Apart from this, Twitter also provides an option in those cases if the users want to see the tweets which are near their location. To do this, they must first type a Relevant hashtag. After this, you have to toggle the Near You button on the right. It is placed under Location. Keep in mind that for this feature to work, the location setting must be turned on.
- At the same time, to see the latest tweets at the top of the timeline, you have to tap on the sparkle button on the right side at the top of your home timeline. After which the latest tweets will appear on your timeline.
- The company has taken this step while searching for COVID-19. Such as Remedisvir injection, RT-PCR testing, oxygen cylinders and hospital beds etc. This data was revealed by Google and third-party social media analytics platform.