With a recent update Twitter now lets you capture and upload videos directly to a post.
It's super simple, and I'm gonna show you how it works.
With Twitter open, tap the Compose icon, then tap the image icon, then tap the camera.
From here tap the video camera on the left and hold it to record up to 30 seconds of video or several short clips that you can rearrange.
When you're finished, hit Done, and you'll be able to compose the text to accompany your video.
When you're ready to publish, tap the Tweet button.
Now if you want to tweet a video from your phone that you've already recorded, Twitter will let you import and edit videos from your camera roll on iPhone and that feature should roll out to Android users soon.
So that's how to record, edit and share video on Twitter.
It's a feature that some users are getting right now and others will see in the coming weeks.
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