After testing its updated visual customization and editing tools for the past few months, Twitter is rolling them out to more users now. More people are starting to see these options appear in the app.
Twitter’s new visual enhancement tools offer users a variety of options like stickers, crop, text, and more, that can be used to edit uploaded videos and images. Users can then attach these videos and images to their tweets.
The UI tool is more aligned to the visual editing tools in other apps and also provides additional options. Moreover, Twitter has adopted the key visual elements of Fleets for the UI, hence allowing users to use more ways to create full-screen visual displays within their tweeted images.
Since Twitter has recently updated its visual display format that displays bigger images within tweets, the new enhancement tools are a great way to highlight tweets even more.
In addition to this, Twitter is testing new updates for Camera and Gallery to provide users with more ways to creatively express themselves in tweets. The test is currently available to a limited number of users.