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#Stickers coming soon to your photos on Twitter

The social network will let its users attach stickers to their photos for fun.

Twitter users already have emojis, hearts and hashtags, and soon they will be able to cover their photos with #stickers -- literally.


Twitter will soon let users add stickers to their photos.


The San Francisco-based social network said Monday that stickers will be joining the list of creative options for users to make their photos more interesting. Multiple stickers can be placed anywhere on a photo to describe "what you're doing, how you're feeling, show a support for a cause or just to add some flair," Twitter said.

The stickers also have a unique function. When Twitter users tweet a photo using a sunglasses sticker, for instance, others can click on the sunglasses to see how that sticker was placed in other photos elsewhere on the platform.

"Tapping on a sticker in a Tweet takes you to a new timeline, where you can see how people all over the world use that sticker in different ways," Twitter said.

The stickers feature will be joining other existing photo-editing tools on Twitter including filters, tags, cropping, and accessibility options.