Twitter Fleets, the social media platform’s disappearing submit characteristic, is getting the power so as to add stickers within the type of GIFs and Twemojis. The characteristic will probably be obtainable for each Android and iOS customers on their smartphones. Twitter Fleets lets customers categorical their ideas, opinions, and emotions in a disappearing story format — very similar to these on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and WhatsApp — that keep on the platform for 24 hours after which will get deleted robotically. All the posts, or Fleets, seem on the high of the display, in what Twitter calls the Fleetline.
In a latest tweet, first spotted by The Verge, Twitter Support crew introduced that customers can add stickers to their Fleets tales by tapping on the smiley face icon on the backside of the display. This will let customers add animated stickers to their tales within the type of GIFs or Twemojis. Twemojis are animated variations of some widespread emojis like the guts, flame, laughing face, pondering face, and facepalm, amongst others. Users can merely faucet on the stickers so as to add to their tales and drag them across the display to resize and place as wanted.
Your Fleets simply obtained an improve.
Now you may categorical your self within the dialog with stickers. Add GIFs and Twemojis to a Fleet by tapping the ???? icon, on Android and iOS. pic.twitter.com/Ihh9ZZh70a
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) March 31, 2021
Twitter tested the Fleets characteristic in June 2020 and India was among the many first areas to get the characteristic too. The firm tested the characteristic in Brazil and Italy earlier than bringing it to India. Twitter says that customers won’t be able to retweet Fleets and even like them. However, customers can reply to Fleets through the Direct Messaging characteristic on Twitter. Fleets is just obtainable to customers on the app as of now. Twitter permits customers to view Fleets of individuals they do not observe by visiting their profiles on the social media platform. Alongside, customers also can test who has considered their fleets.
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