On Twitter, quotes retweets are a great way to share others' tweets with your view of their message. Twitter has expanded on this idea by allowing us to attach images, video and GIF to quote retweets. With these extra options, you should have no problem adding your own unique perspective to the fun, serious or professional tweet.
We have used quotes retweet with media tools on both Android and iOS without any problems. But some Android devices may not have received the update yet, so be patient if you don't see it yet. The buttons will be there, but they can be light blue, ie unselectable. If so, try later, and when you see the buttons in dark blue, you are ready.
: Start a Quote Retweet
To start finding a tweet you want to quote retweet. Then press the Retweet button (bike arrow), and then tap "Retweet with comment." You will find tweet in their own box, with the opportunity to comment above it as usual. But take a look at the bottom left. There you will find the gallery button, which contains your photos and video clips and the GIF button.
When you tap the gallery button, ll find the experience to be identical to adding photos and videos to a regular tweet. But iOS differs from Android somewhat. But no matter what operating system you use, you may first need to give Twitter permission to access your photos and videos. Once you have opened the media clipper, you can click "All Photos" (iPhone) or "Gallery" (Android) to move between different folders in your default photo app to help find a particular photo or video.
For photos on iOS, you can add up to four at once by tapping the items you want to add. You can also edit these images on Twitter before adding to your quote retweet by pressing the brush tool at the bottom right of each thumbnail. When you have finished your selection and editing, you can press "Add" at the top right.
On Android, you instantly put on an image. So you should press the gallery button again, which gives the multi-image selector. Tap any pictures you want and then tap "Save" to add to retweeten. Unlike images, Twitter can only allow you to add a video or GIF at a time, whether you're using an iPhone or an iPhone. Android phone. When you select a GIF, it will be added immediately. When choosing a video, the app allows you to trim it as you like. Click "Done" in the upper right corner to continue.