Twitter is always looking for ways to improve their service and they gave just recently come up with a new image editing feature. This is not a very robust feature, but it does allow people to crop, resize and zoom in on images. This is going to be a useful thing for marketers and for people who are looking to make some quick changes to any of their images, but we are going to have to see just how robust those changes turn out to be in the end.

Social media managers are going to love this because those options are very just the same as the ones on the mobile app. The use of these tools is going to make things a little more practical I terms of image editing. His is good because many marketers don’t want to have to deal with the process of opening their image editor and having to reupload an image once the editing has taken place.

It might not seem like a big deal for people outside of marketing, but the truth is that eve a couple of minutes can make a huge difference in the world of marketing. Having to open an image editor, edit the image, export the new file, and upload it can take 5 minutes of your precious time. Having this option is a great way to make sure that you don’t have to deal with this at all. This is why I believe that Twitter is making great changes that favour markets as well as all casual users of the platform.

There are many ways to save time during the day and this is definitely a cool little feature that is allowing people to do that. Twitter understands the need for the best possible tools and this is why they have been coming up with great tools and great new features to help users achieve better results. When you can save 10, or even 5 minutes of your day, you can use that time for other purposes and that is always a great thing.

I strongly recommend making use of these features when you find it possible. If you need any robust image editing, you are probably not going to find this to be ideal, but this is great when you only need basic editing done on any image. Let’s just hope Twitter and other platforms continue to update with more practical features.

Sharon Callix
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