Twitter rolls out photo uploading to all users

Wed, Aug 10, 2011


On Tuesday Twitter made photo uploading available to 100% of its users. If you missed the announcement back in May just look for the camera icon in the bottom left corner of the tweet box. Click it and select the picture you wish to upload. Then the picture will appear as a small icon on the bottom left, and the number of characters you have left for your text will be on the bottom right as always. 

When you see a Twitter picture URL in your time line just click the Tweet and it the picture will appear on the right side of the screen. This addition to helps elevate using another service to send pictures on Twitter. If you still have questions about Twitter see my previous post What is Twitter. So tell me, what do you think of this new feature?

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7 Responses to “Twitter rolls out photo uploading to all users”

  1. Sally Brown Says:

    I always enjoy reading all the articles by technical people. It takes me a long time to figure out how to use every plugin, tweeter tool and the whole nine yards of things needed to have a great blog.

    However, I am learning thanks to people like you who help non-techies like me. Thanks for the info on Twitter upload capabilities. I’ll have to try it. Sally
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  2. Ileane Says:

    Alvin, I haven’t tried this yet. Do you know if all the photos you share can be viewed on a separate webpage like most other Twitter photo sharing services?
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  3. Karen Says:

    I’ll have to give this a try, I’ve been using TwitPic for my pictures, so it will be interesting to see if Twitter start using this on the Twitter app for BlackBerry etc.
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