Twitter has started rolling out direct image uploading on Twitter.com. This means you can now directly upload an image into a tweet by using an upload button.
The upload button is underneath the “new Tweet” box. A popup appears after clicking the button and users can then upload their images. These images will be stored in with Twitter photo sharing partner Photobucket. The uploaded image appears as a thumbnail below the Tweet’s box area.
Even with this new feature users will be able to use third-party upload services like Flickr, Twitpic, yFrog. In addition user media Galleries will also be coming soon on Twitter.
You can visit Twitter’s help centre to learn how to upload images on Twitter.com.
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