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Twitter now lets users retweet with Videos, GIFs and Images

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Twitter is the 2nd most popular social media platform on a global scale after Facebook. The bluebird has always put the security and desires of its users to the front from day 1, unlike any other social media platform. For a fact, Twitter is one those non-beginner social media platforms one can signup with, but that will soon change with amazing features from a dark mode to now an ability to retweet content with Videos, Images, and GIFs.

From the time Twitter rolled out the Retweet with a comment feature, it has been one of the most used features on Twitter coming close to the rate of replies, and now media is an even better spicer to the rhythm. Twitter confirmed the new media support through a tweet that read

It’s easy to express yourself by re-tweeting with a comment. What if you could take it a step further and include media? Starting today, you can retweet with photos, a GIF, or a video to really make your reaction pop

However Twitter didn’t announce when this feature will be fully rolled out to all users, but we expect it to be available soon as an additional option under the retweet with a comment sequence. Nonetheless, this is one of those signals showing Twitter’s devotion to making tweets popular than any other social media posts on the web.

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