While Facebook and Google, consented to attending a high-level summit on how to tackle web porn but Twitter failed to turn up.

Meanwhile, Twitter introduced a new feature, TweetDeck, which allows users to share one Twitter account with their team members without sharing password.

The users will have to login to TweetDeck with same user id and password and than select Accounts to add other accounts to the team. A confirm or deny notification will sent to the added users. Once team is formed, the users can use the same account to tweet at the same time.

Twitter also struck a deal with search engine giant Google to show tweets in search results. The messaging platform tried to broaden its reach beyond its 284 million monthly active users.

If sources are to be believed, the social networking site has already signed an agreement with the search engine company. According to the deal, people will now be able to view tweets rather than just profiles of Twitter users when they search on Google.