Wake up, guys. Now, you can tweet again any of your older tweets or quote yourself. So, if your posts didn’t get the desired attention the first time, you never know.
When you click on the retweet button on one of your tweets, a window will pop up over your timeline, allowing you to retweet or add text to the original.
Within the mobile apps, a pop-up appears which allows you choose between a simple retweet and a quote.
Now you can easily Retweet or Quote Tweet yourself with just a few taps. Pick an old favorite and give it a try! 🔄 https://t.co/bUj4ezQNOJ
— Twitter (@twitter) June 14, 2016
Twitterati explained what it feels to retweet.
retweet to brighten someone's day pic.twitter.com/yxfAM04hb5
— Baby Animal Vids 🐶 (@BBAnimaIVids) June 15, 2016
What it looks like when people Retweet themselves. pic.twitter.com/kY31i8cA6X
— Sasuke (@Rinnegod) June 15, 2016
me now that I can retweet my own tweets pic.twitter.com/Z7DMfhzxnq
— Typical Girl (@SoDamnTrue) June 15, 2016
Don't say anything just retweet when you see it 😂 https://t.co/FZnTzblvn0
— Baseball Vines (@BasebaIIVines) June 15, 2016
How you look like when you retweet your own tweet pic.twitter.com/92P3Ixasa7
— Versace (@NoHoesJose) June 15, 2016
When no one retweets you and you realize you can retweet yourself now pic.twitter.com/AWftCBQUGM
— . (@The__Prototype) June 14, 2016
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