Twitter is adding another key feature today. In addition to GIFs, you can also capture and share video in Direct Messages.
It’s another way Twitter is trying to make DMs a bit more like other standalone social chat options. Last year, it enabled the sharing of tweets in DMs, and let users send messages of up to 10,000 characters.
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The feature is rolling out on Android and iOS. The Web client will let you view videos, but you won’t be able to capture them with a webcam.
It’s not groundbreaking, but does show Twitter is at least paying attention to DMs as a service, and possibly a platform.
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