Twitter test function to automatically load preview images shared
Twitter would be testing a new way of displaying multimedia content on twitter.com with a series of tests on a small group of users, who can now automatically see the contents of the images shared by the network of microblogging.
Right now a regular user of Twitter opens the website of the service, and to see a shared image must press anywhere in the tweet to be despliege the image, whether it is stored on an external service as one of Twitter.
However, a limited group of users noticed that now automatically view a sample of the images without the need to press any buttons. So far, this affects the images in the list of tweets from the users themselves, so you could say we are starting from a very subtle way to see the public reception.
In the picture below you can see the contrast between the right side – that’s how it looks normally Twitter – with the left side, which is how it looks with this new feature Twitter microblogging network that is testing for, perhaps, implement in the future in all its users.
Link: Twitter is testing in-stream automatic image previews on Twitter.com (The Next Web)Tags: compartir, cuenta de Twitter, Fotografía, Imágenes, Imagery, Photography, preview, share, Twitter, Twitter account, vista previa