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Twitter Finally Introduces A Very Important Feature For Videos

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Twitter continues to work on new features of various types: one of the most recent examples is emoji reactions and negative votes on Tweets, details that will make the platform closer to Reddit and Facebook. Another important new feature already implemented, however, concerns videos uploaded online and their accessibility.

It is also one of the historically missing features and absent from the social network, that is the automatic subtitles in the videos. Starting from these days, in fact, as the gradual release takes place users from all over the world will be able to view the transcription of the audio on screen once the videos have started. This will work on both Android and iOS and Web version from computer.

There are important steps: while on computer you will simply press the A solution not properly comfortable, but understandable on the technical side.

Another side note concerns the language: the automatic subtitles will initially appear only in the language in which the video was uploaded, while the translations should arrive on the platform at a later time. Without a doubt, with the passage of time Twitter will optimize the functionality.

At the end of November there was, let us remember, a change in the epoch for the publication of the images.

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