Tweeting While Watching Videos in Full Screen Is Now Available on Twitter

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Tweeting While Watching Videos in Full Screen Is Now Available on Twitter

Layla Fabian

Recently, it is noted that Twitter is investing in its video performance, in order to enhance the users’ video experience on its platform, in addition to providing more engaging and interactive video options. One of Twitter’s ongoing refinements is that a few days ago, Twitter Video announced in an official post blog the launch of a new enjoyable feature, which will allow all Twitter users to effectively interact with tweets when they’re watching a video in full-screen mode, without needing to log out of the viewing experience to do so.

As explained by Twitter Video:

“It’s SO annoying when you’re watching a video full size but have to tap out to reply. Oh wait, we fixed that.”

This Twitter’s new additional feature will be enjoyable and useful for users, who want to engage with everything around them in their social community without missing anything. Additionally, it is considered to be a helpful aspect, which enables Twitter to achieve a broader push to increase engagement with its video content.

It is also noted that Twitter is making several efforts in providing an entertaining and secure platform for all its users globally, that’s why Twitter permanently develops new features, tools, updates, and services for both advertisers and ordinary users. Over this Month, Twitter has announced in a thread on its support handle that the Twitter’s developers are testing some new tools and features, which enable all users to manage their timeline effectively. In addition, Twitter announced the launch of “Who to Follow.” a new feature that suggests to the Twitter users accounts, that they may want to follow. Working on tweet engagement, Twitter also announced that they are testing new features and layouts for tweet interactions, and they’ve asked users for feedback on these new updates, in September.

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