- Twitter has announced a new feature that will allow users to tag up to 10 other users in photos without having to use the users' handles in the post's text.
- This means users won't have to use any of their 140 characters to let others know a photo has been posted of them, or that a photo has been posted that someone wants them to see.
- The social network is also adding a feature to allow up to four photos per tweet.
A big part of social media marketing is getting other users to pay attention to your tweets, and tagging other users is key. Being able to do so on a photo without using any of the available 140 characters opens new possibilities for engagement. Not only can users now let someone know they have posted a photo of them, but marketers can also tag key influencers or brand ambassadors in a photo to get their attention.