Twitter unveils email sharing | HT Tech

Twitter unveils email sharing

Twitter introduced a new feature to the globally popular one-to-many text messaging service -- the ability to email "Tweets" directly from the message stream.

By:AFP
| Updated on: Nov 20 2012, 12:09 IST
image caption
Social-networking-site-Twitter-Shutterstock-Image

Twitter introduced a new feature to the globally popular one-to-many text messaging service -- the ability to email 'Tweets' directly from the message stream.



The new feature made its debut yesterday as the San Francisco-based firm rolled out improved applications for using the service on iPhones or smartphones powered by
Google-backed Android software.

You may be interested in

MobilesTablets Laptops
28% OFF
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 5G
  • Green
  • 12 GB RAM
  • 256 GB Storage
Google Pixel 8 Pro
  • Obsidian
  • 12 GB RAM
  • 128 GB Storage
Vivo X100 Pro 5G
  • Asteroid Black
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB Storage
Apple iPhone 15 Plus
  • Black
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 128 GB Storage

'You can retweet any (Twitter messages) to your Twitter followers, but sometimes you want to share with another group, like your college roommates or your parents or a friend who isn't yet on Twitter,' engineer Stefan Filip said in a blog post.

Also read
Looking for a smartphone? To check mobile finder click here.

'That's why we're introducing the ability to email a Tweet directly from twitter.com.'

The feature will be rolled out to all users of Twitter -- which allows its members to post brief comments, links or pictures -- in the coming weeks, according to Filip.

Updates to Twitter applications for iPhone and Android were designed to improve search results and highlight photos, videos and news shared at the service.

Catch all the Latest Tech News, Mobile News, Laptop News, Gaming news, Wearables News , How To News, also keep up with us on Whatsapp channel,Twitter, Facebook, Google News, and Instagram. For our latest videos, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

First Published Date: 16 Nov, 10:59 IST
NEXT ARTICLE BEGINS