And, the tweets need not necessarily be yours only, it can be your friend’s , your friends’ friend or of a person living next door. Just the context of the tweet should be related to the title of your story. For instance, you can help people catch up on the so-called tweet storm that comes up with an exciting cricket match or any other important event happening across the globe by repackaging them in just a single tweet. So, now nothing interesting will get buried under the pile of hundred tweets.
Keeping its words from last year, the company rolled out the feature to all the users of the social network. Earlier, it was only a group of selected publishers and Twitter officials, who had the privilege to curate the tweets around important events and themes. (Also read: Express More In Your Tweets As Twitter Expands Character Limit)
Along with the announcement tweet, the company also released a tutorial video to help the users catch up on the new feature. You can find the option ‘Create Moments’ right beside the Timeline tab. All you need to do is click on this option and then add a thread of tweets, images or GIFS and a cover photo as well. For now, you can create moments only on a desktop as the option is not available on the mobile app. (Also read: How To Fix Your Look During A Video Call)
The feature was first launched in October 2015. Since then, the company has made all the efforts to improve it with some additional options to make it a fun feature for the Twitterati. If rumors are to be believed then the feature has been introduced in an attempt to sustain the company from a possible sell out.