Twitter now allows mix of photos, videos, GIFs in a single tweet

Twitter on Wednesday is rolling out a new feature for both Android and iOS that lets users add multiple types of media including photos, videos, and GIFs all in the same tweet.

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Previously, users can only share one type of media per tweet. Now, just a tap on the photo icon in the tweet composer, and you can add mix of up to four multimedia content. See below the videographic shared by Twitter itself:

Twitter says that tweet embeds supporting mixed media is something they are looking into. Currently, tweet embeds only show one of the media contents included in a tweet.

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Despite the drama surrounding Elon Musk’s buyout of Twitter, the platform was seen to be relentless in adding new features. Recently, Twitter announced that it will explore TikTok-like vertical video scrolling and has rolled out to iOS users in select regions.

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