A lot is happening on and around Twitter these days. However, this new feature is likely to prove more useful to its users than all the business and legal mess the platform is currently going through. Yes, we are referring to the new option to post multimedia content on Twitter. Differently put, you will soon get to post text, photos, videos, and GIFs — all as part of a tweet. Here’s how that works.
All you need to do is:
1. In the tweet composer, type the text and then tap on the photo icon.
2. Choose the media you want to post. This could be photos, GIFs, and videos.
3. Depending on the number of content, your selections will either appear side by side or in a grid.
When everything seems ready, hit the send button. The new multimedia tweet will be posted.
Now what we don’t know for sure is if these multimedia tweets if shared on other platforms, will show up as we intend. It doesn’t seem to be the case when tried it.
Here are some of the examples for your perusal:
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