Twitter Support announced that its android app users are now able to share tweets directly on Instagram or Snapchat, just like its iOS alternative.
The statement reads: “We enjoyed the Tweet. Now everyone should enjoy it too. Sharing a Tweet directly to Snapchat and Instagram Stories is now available on Android (already on iOS!)”
Twitter is also adding LinkedIn direct sharing to both Android and iOS so you will be able to bounce around through three separate social media silos. “And we added LinkedIn sharing on Android and iOS. Tap the share icon on a Tweet to try it out,” it added.
The platform has recently announced that users will be able to edit their posts through the edit button only five times within 30 minutes of posting.
The app introduced this character to stop people from abusing the feature by changing the content on the tweet on a whim. The limit is quite sufficient for correcting typos, uploading media files, and adding some tags.
Meanwhile, Twitter told TechCrunch that the company currently observing user behavior, and the number of edits available to users in the approved time frame could change.
The “edit tweet” feature will be first available to New Zealand’s users who pay for the optional Twitter Blue subscription, but it won’t be rolling out to all paid users initially. It will be later pushed to Twitter Blue users in Australia, Canada, and the US once it learns more about usage patterns.