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Twitter issues a fix for missing polls on iOS, now lets you disable the search column on iPad

Twitter in the present day up to date its cellular app on App Retailer, fixing a problem that brought on polls to vanish from iOS while including a toggle to show the search column on the iPad on or off.

Whereas launch notes accompany the obtain make no point out of the fixes past stating that the staff as capable of made unspecified enhancements and squash bugs “so Twitter is even higher for you,” the micro-blogging firm acknowledged in a tweet that model 8.7.1 resolves the problem which brought on customers to have hassle seeing polls on iOS.

MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci was capable of spot a brand new toggle to disable the search column on iPad. Twitter added that column to iPad final December, however not everybody preferred being pressured to seeing trending matters subsequent to tweets.

Now you’ll be able to disable the righthand column at will.

As Viticci explains, Twitter’s show and sound preferences now present the “Present search column” toggle that does simply that. So, in case you choose seeing solely tweets within the iPad app and no trending tweets in any respect, use this toggle to show off the search column.

Personally, I don’t see a purpose to show it off as a result of I dislike all that unused white house on iPad. I choose having the search column enabled to reap the benefits of the display screen actual property.

Twitter just lately up to date its Catalyst-powered Mac app to repair the freezing situation and enhance Contact Bar assist. In January, it introduced customers can now reply to direct messages with emoji characters with out having to kind something, akin to TapBack reactions on iMessage.

Twitter for iOS is a free obtain from App Retailer.

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