Did you know that Twitter allows you to add text descriptions to images? To be able to do this, you'll first need to turn on the ability within the application's settings menu. Our guide will show you how this process works. Note: These screenshots were captured in the Twitter app on iOS. Turn on the... (Date:01/27/2020 17:30) Read full article >>

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