Thursday, June 2, 2011

Tweet Photos and Video Into Your Twitter Account

Twitter is in the process of testing a fresh feature called "Tweet Media" that would implant or insert photos and videos enclosed in tweets in a straight line in users' streams or box.

The Tweet Media option came with this report:

By default, you'll only see images and videos shared by people you're following, and reveal those by people you're not. Check this box to see media from everyone on Twitter.

The innovative and fresh setting was not completely purposeful when some source revealed it. Twitter unconcerned Tweet Media from the account settings page. Conversely, in an official statement, Twitter told, "We're continuously looking at the features and settings. What you adage was a minute test of a prospective expenditure setting for inline media. We demonstrate inline media on our own iPhone and Android apps."

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As Twitter noted that numerous mobile apps by now exhibit entrenched media within tweets: for example, if user tweets a link to a Twitpic link, a small thumbnail of that image is shown below the tweet's text. Most of experts ask to the twitter users that they would like to have photos and video embedded in you Twitter stream? Part of what distinguishes Twitter is its 140 character limit. How would it will feel to have pictures, as from old times our forefathers use to say that one picture says thousands words. This will be one step revolution in the social media platform.

Accumulation of embeddable media to the stream has the impending to set hurdles the conventionally undemanding, 140-characters-of-text artistic of the network. Fundamentally amend the complete Twitter experience. Would the inline media modify Twitter for the improved or of poorer quality?

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