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Twitter new features will allow users to add images, videos and GIFs

USNMix Report: Twitter launches new feature,
now GIF, video and image will also be able to retweet.

There are 32.6 million Twitter users worldwide. Twitter has announced that this feature is available for both Android and iOS users.

This feature has been made available for Twitter's mobile website. Micro Blogging Site Twitter has introduced a new feature that will allow users to add images, videos and GIFs in the feedback. There are 32.6 million Twitter users worldwide. Twitter announced Monday night that this feature is available for both Android and IOS users. 
Twitter new features will allow users to add images, videos and GIFs

Twitter support tweeted, "It's easy to tell your feelings by retweeting a comment. If you go one step further and add media to it then? Starting from today, under this feature, you will be able to add photos, a GIF, or even a video in a backup. "

This feature has been made available for Twitter's mobile website. "We found that it was challenging to recapture the media with the media," said The Verge, quoting the Twitter spokesman. This was due to the layout, where two big tweets were involved. According to the report, for its solution, Twitter has now reduced the size of the original tweet to a relatively small size, and the media of retracting users has been given full size.

However, full details of the availability and operation of this feature on the desktop are still unclear. According to the report, "If you see it on a desktop browser, you will not get it now. Hopefully, Twitter will fix it soon."

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