This Wednesday (4) Twitter launched Fleets, ephemeral posts that disappear after 24 hours, in the same style as Instagram Stories. The posts are displayed at the top of the screen, above the tutes feed, and can contain text, photos and GIFs. Publications can be answered by friends via direct message (DM), but they cannot be liked or retweeted.
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For now, the so-called "Twitter Stories" is in the testing phase and is only available in Brazil, in the application for Android and iPhone (iOS). Check out how to publish a Fleet on Twitter below.
Twitter Fleets the new "Stories" from the microblog; learn how to use Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / TechTudo
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Fleet on Twitter: how to post a "Stories" on Twitter
Step 1. On the Twitter home screen, touch the Fleet icon with your photo and the + symbol. Then, type something and tap on Fleet to publish immediately;
Publishing a Fleet on Twitter Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. If you want to publish a photo, touch the camera icon. Then, tap the capture button to take a photo or press to record a video;
Twitter allows you to publish photos and videos on the Fleets Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. If you want, touch the screen to write a caption for the photo. Publish the image to the Fleet button;
It is possible to write texts about the images in the Fleets Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. To publish an image from the gallery, tap the picture icon. Select the file in the gallery and, if you want, type a caption. Publish to the Fleet button;
Publishing a photo of the gallery on Twitter's Fleets Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 5. Tap the GIF button to add an animation. Choose the GIF in the Giphy catalog and publish it to the Fleet button.
Publishing a GIF on Fleets Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Ready. Take advantage of the tips to publish Fleets on Twitter.
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