Last month when Twitter launched Twitter follow button , they also announced the launch of Twitter own photo sharing service in partnership with Photobucket.
Today Twitter rolled out photo uploading feature on Web interface of Twitter. If you want to try this feature try to login into Twitter account and after few seconds you would be greeted with following message:
Twitter is rolling out this feature for all users gradually. If you don’t see the camera icon under your Tweet box, don’t panic uploading images feature would be soon made available to your Twitter account.
Before you try to upload any Photo on Twitter do read this :
- You’re welcome to upload any image that is 3MB or smaller.
- They’ll scale the image for you to fit into the display pane on the right side of your Twitter.com timeline.
- Make sure you dont upload uncensored images on Twitter.
Lets follow the following steps to upload a image on Twitter:
When you click inside the Tweet box on your homepage or on the New Tweet button, you will see two small icons in the lower left hand corner, one for adding your location (a compass), and one for uploading an image (a camera).
- Clicking on the camera icon to upload an image will prompt you to locate the image you want to upload on your computer.
- Once you’ve added your image you’ll see the character count to the left of the Tweet button update. (A link to the image takes up some characters)
- Then, simply enter any text you’d like and hit the Tweet button.
How to delete Image uploaded on Twitter?
You can also delete an image by only deleting the Tweet containing that image. Once that tweet is deleted, the image will be be made unavailable. It may still be cached in some browsers and servers, but the image will no longer be available from Twitter.com.
So when are you going to try Direct Photo Upload Feature on Twitter?
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