The Social Website, Twitter is rolling out its own photo sharing feature for all users. Now, your 140-character communication is about to get a whole lot more visual.

The feature, which introduced in early June, allows users to share their tweets with images. Users can see a camera icon on the bottom of the “What’s Happening?” tweet box. Users can choose a picture to upload by clicking it, which they can then preview before sending it to the world. Tweets containing photos will be replaced with, along with a thumbnail of the uploaded picture.

Twitter’s Photo-Sharing feature is partnership with Photobucket, which provides all of the hosting for user-uploaded photos.

Check out the screenshots of Twitter’s photo sharing feature.

Twitter Photo-sharing

Step 1:

To post a photo, click on the camera icon.
Twitter What's Happening

Step 2:

You will see the following screenshot after the photo’s upload. Write tweet and Click on Tweet button.
Twitter Photo-sharing Testing Feature

Step 3:

The following screenshot will show after tweeting the photo.
Twitter photo-sharing Tweet

Step 4:

You will see the following screenshot if you click on image url.
Twitter Photo-sharing Tweet

Please let us know what you think about official Twitter photo-sharing service in the comments.

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