Opera, one of the popular internet browsers, has released a new beta update. With the released beta update, WhatsApp and Instagram came to Opera, and now there is an internal Twitter.
The sidebar of Opera, which is one of the popular internet browsers, offers very useful features. In addition to accessing the internet history and browser settings in the sidebar of Opera, social media platforms such as Facebook, Facebook Messenger, VK and Instagram are also accessible.
With the new beta update of Opera, more shortcuts for a new social media network are now added to the sidebar. Twitter is also in the sidebar after Facebook and Instagram with the new beta update of Opera.
How to make Twitter shortcut visible in Opera 69 Beta?
Twitter, which was not included in the sidebar previously, came with the update of the beta version of Opera. However, users using Opera’s 69 Beta update may not be able to see Twitter directly in the sidebar.
To make Twitter visible in the sidebar, Opera needs to be restarted after you sit down and open it on Twitter’s website. When the browser is restarted, the Twitter shortcut will be visible in the Opera sidebar.
Using the sidebar of Opera
The window opened on the left edge of the browser with social media shortcuts in the sidebar of the internet browser allows the user to control their social media networks while continuing to do their work on any web page. The shortcuts of WhatsApp and Messenger allow the user to message without leaving the internet page used.
Opera’s highly useful sidebar can also be customized by the user. From the options opened by right-clicking on the sidebar, the applications in the sidebar can be changed according to the user’s request.
Opera also offers keyboard shortcuts for the user to easily switch between applications in the sidebar. With the shortcut CTRL + Shift + M on Windows computers, Command + Shift + M shortcuts on Macs, users can easily switch between applications.