Most users have been able to send GIFs in tweets on Twitter for quite some time now, but these users have had to strictly use iOS, Android, and the web for this action to take place. However, for those who prefer the platform over others, a new update to the Windows 10 app brings this same functionality to other users, therefore making the feature more widely available for use.
It’s also worth noting that images and GIFs don’t count as characters in tweets sent via Windows 10 (a feature that began rolling out a few months ago), a new notification setting can alert you about things “happening in the world,” and you now have the ability to directly copy and paste images into tweets. All of this functionality ships with Twitter for Windows 10 v.54.
You can download Twitter for Windows 10 v.54 from the Windows Store for free.