As of today, Twitter users can add images, videos and GIF to their retweets / tweets. The company is implementing this new feature on Android, iOS and Twitter's mobile website; However, it is not yet on the desktop. Adding multimedia content to a retweet works as expected: tap the "retweet with comment" option and then choose the image or GIF icon in the toolbar.
This is a small addition to the service, but Twitter says it was actually quite difficult to design in a way that made sense and that was not overwhelming when viewed on the timeline. "We discovered that it was a challenge for people to quickly understand all content in a Retweet with media. This was due to the provision; two large tweets stacked on top of each other, "said a spokesman, to resolve this, Twitter places the original tweet in a smaller box and indentation (with the user's avatar still visible), and creates its own full width of media. 19659003] Image: Twitter
Twitter points out that some brands and creators are already using the new functionality on the first day, once again, if you are seeing this on a desktop browser, it will not look quite right. that in a short time.