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Twitter’s Newest Feature: Now, You Can Tag Photos

Twitter’s Newest  Feature: Now, You Can Tag Photos

Now, a Facebook-like feature: tagging people in photos is added to your Twitter account to make it more social.

Yep, Twitter is rolling out, not one, but two new mobile features that will make photos on Twitter more social than ever. Let’s talk about the first one: photo tagging. This feature allows you to tag the people in your photo.

    And, the second, the ability to add up to four photos in a Tweet.

    What’s hip about Twitter’s new feature is it allows you to tag up to 10 people for every photo. Like you need telling–tagging people in photos make conversations more fun, exciting, and easy. The best part is, tagging won’t affect character count in a Tweet. You will totally enjoy using this feature because you can tag a maximum of 10 people per photo, yet you can still use the 140 characters allotted per Tweet. This makes connecting with friends, associates, or partners absolutely painless.

    Let me tell you more about the prerogative to attach four photos–you can also choose to Tweet with a series of photos which automatically creates a collage.

    Social media news and new developments making social media marketing easier. (Twitter photo tagging, LinkedIn Products & Services tab, Twitter photos.)

      Original Source: Photos just got more social via Twitter Blog

      Featured photo credit: Girl Writing a New Text Message/ViktorHanacek via picjumbo.com

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