Twitter now lets you add GIFs, photos or videos to retweets

If you’ve been an avid twitter user, you’ll discover that today, retweeting with a comment is a common user behavior – but something is changing…

Twitter is finally letting you do more with Retweets. In a small but useful update rolled out today, Twitter will now allow users to add a photo, video or GIF to a Retweet, instead of only text.

The feature is live today on iOS, Android and Twitter’s mobile website.

Though a seemingly minor upgrade, the addition is notable because of its potential to significantly impact the amount of media that’s shared to Twitter.

Twitter hopes that will make it easy to tell who’s tweeting versus retweeting.

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