Now you can add reaction GIFs in retweets

Starting today, users can add GIFs to their tweets – announced Twitter on Monday. In an official statement, the company exclaimed that they would be rolling out the GIF feature immediately which would be compatible with all mobile platforms – Android and iOS as well as

Additionally, the company also announced that the user could add photos and videos to the retweets, just as they share on tweets.

The change would certainly bring a lot of clutter on the user’s timeline – that is until the novelty wears off. The feature is not yet available for normal web/desktop user, which is why desktop users are forced to view many poorly formatted tweets with several blank spaces.

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