Twitter has announced that from now on, users will no longer see cropped images on the social network. Available to both Android and iOSThe new Twitter feature adds support for full-size images.
Twitter made this announcement by posting a tweet. The tweet reads, “No bird too big, no crop too short to introduce bigger and better images on iOS and Android that are now available to everyone.”
No bird too big, no crop too short to introduce bigger and better images on iOS and Android that are now available to everyone… https://t.co/gBCeGUfZ6Z
– Twitter (@Twitter) 1620243148000
For those who didn’t know, Twitter users had to crop the image they wanted to add to a tweet to 16: 9. However, with this new feature, Twitter users don’t have to crop the images they want to upload.
Apart from that, Twitter has also updated its system prompts asking users to reconsider if they want to tweet a malicious or offensive response. The company has updated the function and can now recognize “strong language”.
Twitter started testing this new feature in May last year. Previously only available to selected iOS users, the function is now made available to all Android and iOS users worldwide.
In an official post, the company said, “Based on the feedback and lessons learned from these tests, we’ve made improvements to the systems that determine when and how these reminders are sent. Starting today, these improved prompts will be made available for iOS and Android, beginning with accounts that have English language settings enabled. ”