Social media website pairs up with the interactive image platform Thinglink allowing users to post more than 140 characters.

In their latest endeavor, Twitter has released a new feature unlike any other, which delivers a unique kind of experience to users. Working with company ThingLink, a website that enables users to upload images and make them interactive with digital content, Twitter aims to bring new life to its platform by allowing users to post more than just 140 characters.

By integrating ThingLink’s interactive photo’s into its platform, Twitter enables users to show those viewing their tweet a wide variety of content without having to link outside of Twitter’s website. When users hover over one of Thinglink's images posted in a tweet, various icons pop up, which may feature audio clips, YouTube videos, Facebook or Pinterest profiles, information blurbs, or even shoppable content, all of which is viewable through Twitter's website!

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