Saturday, June 18, 2016

You Can Now Retweet Yourself When No One Else Will

Following last month's announcement, you can now do the one thing none of your Twitter followers want you to: retweet yourself.

If you feel any of your older tweets didn't get enough attention the first time around, you can now retweet or quote yourself. Previously, the button was hidden or unavailable on your own tweets and timeline. But today, Twitter announced that users are now able to retweet or quote their existing tweets.

When you click the retweet button on one of your tweets, it acts exactly as it does for retweeting another user. From the web, a window will pop up over your timeline, allowing you to retweet or add commentary to the original. Within the mobile apps, a pop-up appears which allows you choose between a simple retweet and a quote.

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