Twitter Launches Group DMs and Mobile Video Feature

Twitter Launches Group DMs and Mobile Video Feature

Twitter has recently rolled out two significant updates aimed at enhancing user experience and positioning itself as a viable alternative to social media giants like Facebook and Instagram. Historically, while Twitter allowed photo uploads, it lagged behind Instagram in video capabilities.

This gap has now been bridged with the introduction of an in-app video camera that includes editing and sharing features, allowing videos up to 30 seconds long. Additionally, users can now upload videos directly from their camera roll.

Twitter Launches Group DMs and Mobile Video Feature

Alongside video enhancements, Twitter has also introduced group messaging.

This new feature supports private conversations among up to 20 Twitter accounts, fostering more intimate and private group interactions. Twitter has released videos detailing these new features, which are included below.

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