The button has since disappeared for some people, but others were quick to snatch a few screenshots:
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According to the reports, the dedicated GIF button lets users browse through trending GIFs or, alternatively, pick one from a selection of mood categories.
For now, it remains unclear who Twitter will be partnering up with to help populate its library or if the social network is going to go it alone.
➤ Twitter Is Testing A Dedicated GIF Button On Mobile [TechCrunch]