Two years after adding support for GIFs, Twitter is officially adding a button to help you add GIFs to your tweets or direct messages without ever leaving the compose window, and it’s almost exactly as rumored.
Via a partnership with Giphy and Riffsy, Twitter’s new GIF button sits right between the photo and polls options (in tweets; it’s just to the right of the photo button in DMs). Click on it, and a search option lets you find the perfect GIF to add to your tweet.
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If you’re the indecisive type, the GIF option also has some popular categories surfaced for you.
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