Earlier this year, Twitter had announced that its users will soon be able to post full-size images. It allowed viewers to see the full-length images on the timeline instead of just a part of it. Prior to this feature, users actually had to tap on the image to see the entire image. Until now, this functionality was just available for Android and iOS users, but the social media platform has now released it for the web as well.
To recall, up until now, Twitter web showed cropped images that didn’t support 16:9 aspect ratio. This was done to maintain the consistency of the feed for streamlined usage. Users can now even see the preview of their full-length image before uploading.
This is now available on web!
Pic looking good in the Tweet composer? That’s how it will look on the timeline.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 10, 2021
For those who don’t know, the feature was in the testing phase in March along with another feature that allows you to upload 4K images and videos. The latter just got introduced recently and users can head to the Settings to enable it.
A new kind of surprise: show off more of your pic when you Tweet a single image.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) May 5, 2021
For the unversed, Twitter has rolled out an opt-in paid monthly subscription service for users called Twitter Blue. It will allow users to get access to some premium features including the option to undo tweets. The subscribers will also be able to customise their Twitter experience with exclusive app icons, colourful themes and bookmark folders. With the new “Custom Navigation” feature, subscribers will also be able to choose what appears in the navigation bar for quick access.
It’s time to flex those Twitter fingers and take it to the next level 💪
Twitter Blue is now available for subscription in the US, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia on iOS, Android, and web pic.twitter.com/if3wXfoGpB
— Twitter Blue (@TwitterBlue) November 9, 2021
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