A new tool that allows you to submit images, videos and GIFs in a single tweet is being tested by Twitter.It appears to be attempting to compete with other social media behemoths with this functionality.
For a very long time, Twitter has maintained consistency in its platform usage goals.It maintains its secrecy in contrast to other social media platforms and lets you express your thoughts within a character limit of 280.A few years ago, it also introduced the Spaces, which allows you to build a public channel and voice opinions in audio format.As the platform tests a new feature that enables you to publish images, videos and GIFs in a single tweet, it now seems to be evolving.
Twitter : Post three different formats in one tweet
According to rumours, Twitter-is developing a new feature that will enable users to tweet three distinct formats—such as photographs, videos and GIFs—at once.This feature is now being tested by the company and we may anticipate it to become public later.
Although Twitter-hasn’t formally disclosed how this feature will appear, several leakers have already shared how it will seem before the message is published.A screenshot that depicts the appearance of this feature was provided by Alessandro Paluzzi.He combined a photo, video and GIF into a single tweet.
For a short period of time, we’re testing a new feature that will let users blend up to four media assets—regardless of format—into a single tweet.People are engaging in increasingly visual conversations on Twitter- and enhancing them with photos, GIFS and videos, according to a statement from-Twitter.
With this test, we want to find out how users combine these various media types to tweet in ways that go beyond the character limit of 280″, the business added.
In addition to this, it was recently discovered that the firm was testing a hashtag-assisted status-sharing function on the site.You will receive certain hashtags with this function that you can use to display your status.Such hashtags as “Vacation mode”, “Living the dream”, “Traveling”, etc. will be present.Twitter-has yet to announce the release date for this feature.