Twitter Rolls Out New Photo Update
When it comes to social media platforms, small changes often make a big difference.
Back in July, micro-blogging platform Twitter started testing a drag and drop feature for rearranging photos within a tweet - and it's finally been rolled out to all users.
This means Twitter fans will now be able to change the order of the images within their Tweet by dragging and dropping them into the correct order they would like them displayed, before hitting the "Tweet" button; they're no longer restricted to sharing them with their following in the order they uploaded them to the platform.
It’s all about the details. Now you can rearrange your photos while writing a Tweet. pic.twitter.com/mllwmPb6dx— Twitter (@Twitter) September 10, 2019
While this new feature may seems fairly minor and insignificant, according to Social Media Today “. . . the capacity to maintain more control over your tweet presentation is key for brands looking to maximize their performance.”
While you formulate your viral tweet, your awe-inspiring images can now be organized by simply dragging and dropping them in the order you would like.
You will no longer need to select your photos in the order you'd like them to appear.
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