Twitter Introduce Fleets Stickers to All Its Users
Twitter users now able to see animated emojis and GIFs
Twitter users now able to see animated emojis and GIFs to their Fleets, providing an additional visual element to the option. After testing them with users in Japan in the first place, Twitter is bringing mobile stickers for fleets to all regions and offering a new option to enhance your posts with tools similar to your own.
Users will be able to access the new Fleet sticker by clicking on the smiling icon inside the Fleets Composer which also include search bar to select image or video update.
Your Fleets just got an upgrade.Now you can express yourself in the conversation with stickers. Add GIFs and Twemojis to a Fleet by tapping the 🙂 icon, on Android and iOS. pic.twitter.com/Ihh9ZZh70a — Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) March 31, 2021
Stories on Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram have helped increase the use of the latest AR filters, so it’s odd that Twitter has decided to run Fleets without any visual enhancement tools. It’s weird why Twitter has so few options to choose from, as LinkedIn’s hack and even stories are sticky, but these new animated images are the first addition to this front and will likely be the starting point for many tools. of the navy. In the future.
Twitter’s acquisition of Chroma Stories developer, Chroma Labs, last year raised expectations about potential Fleets tools, providing a stylistic framework and filtering options for Stories content on other platforms. Twitter did not transfer these additions to the Navy, but with more story tools available, the reach of Navy tools is set to expand again.
Will he expand the use of the navy? It’s hard to say. Right now, this doesn’t seem to have caught the attention of most Twitter users, but the app’s top placement has turned out to be a good distraction for at least some users.
We’ll have to wait on Twitter for the actual usage stats for the tool, but now you can add some vivid and impulsive footage to those fleets. Fleet Stickers can be used on iOS and Android.