Twitter Stickers


Twitter has added Stickers for your tweets!  How fun is this?  Begin tweeting a photo like you normally would. Then tap on the smiley icon to begin adding stickers to your photo.  Add as many as you like, and then tweet it for the world to enjoy.  And for the best part, you can tap on any Sticker in a tweet to see who else has been using that same Sticker.  If you want to see all of the Smiley Sun Stickers that have been tweeted by the universe, you can do it.  I might get lost in this search capability for a while…


Log Out of Twitter


Before you do anything, make sure you know the account name and password for your Twitter account so you can successfully log back in.  If you are totally sure that you’ve got this, then log out of Twitter on the web browser of your choice.  What you will discover is something that might be more entertaining than your usual Twitter feed.  The Twitter people have recently made this happen.  You will get a view of the newest and most popular tweets.  You can also search for key words or hash tags.  For example, if you are interested in art, just type it in and search.  More fun than when you were logged in as yourself?  Probably so – but you can only have so much fun in one day, so log back into Twitter and check out your normal feed before bedtime.  🙂


Twitter Unsquishes Photos


So Twitter is taking a small step in the right direction.  Has it ever annoyed you that your Twitter feed only showed part of a photo and you had to tap on the photo to view the full image?  So, Twitter announced that they are refining the media experience.  When I tested my tree photo today, it appears normally on the Twitter desktop site, but it appears cropped in the Twitter App for iOS.  Here’s hoping they can also make the App more visually appealing so I will become more likely to tweet photos directly instead of instagramming them.  :-/