Twitter Allows Users Mix GIFs, Videos and Images in One Tweet

Previously, users could share different media formats only in separate tweets or threads.

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Previously, users could share different media formats only in separate tweets or threads.

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Twitter has introduced a new feature allowing users to share multiple media types—gifs, photos, videos, and memes—in a single post.

Users can add a combination of media to their posts using Twitter’s Android and iOS apps. 

“That means you can include a photo, GIF, and video (or two!) all in the same Tweet. Tap the photo icon in the Tweet composer to start mixing your media,” said the official Twitter handle.

Previously, users could share different media formats only in separate tweets or threads.

“Sometimes one needs more than 280 characters to express personality, tell a compelling story or engage in conversation. So starting today, Twitter is giving everyone the ability to share multiple types of media – gifs, photos, videos, and memes – in a single Tweet. This feature will roll out globally to iOS and Android, with a chance to see mixed media Tweets on the web,” Twitter said in a press release.

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