Twitter, the micro-blogging tool set up in 2006, enables its users to send tweets containing a maximum of 140 characters. If you are standing in front of Niagara Falls, 140 characters might not be enough to share your thoughts at that moment. But by including an image in your tweet, it just might. There are many different tools that can help to include images in your tweets, one of those is Plixi.
Things You'll Need
- Registered account with Twitter.com
- iPhone (optional)
On Your Computer
Visit Plixi's website (See References) and sign up using your Twitter account. This means that Plixi is authorized to send images to your Twitter account. You can revoke Plixi's authorization in your "Settings" in Twitter.
Click "Upload." Select the image you would like to tweet.
Add your message below the image. Click "Upload" to send the Tweet.
On Your iPhone
Download the Plixi app and register the app using your Twitter account.
Click the "Camera" icon in the upper right corner. Choose to use a current image from your photo library or to take a new photo with the iPhone camera.
Click "Use." Add a message below the image. Click "Share" to send the image as a tweet.
- Photo Credit Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images News/Getty Images
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