Twitter on Monday rolled out their new user galleries feature which shows users a gallery of theirs and their followers last 100 tweeted photos from major services including yFrog, TwitPic, Instagram and Twitter’s own native image galleries.
Users can find the new galleries on user profile pages when visiting Twitter through the standard web interface.
The gallery displays up to 100 recent images in chronological order, although videos won’t be displayed at this time and images Tweeted before January 1, 2010 are also not included in galleries.
Twitter users will also notice that profile pages now display thumbnails of the user’s four most recent tweeted photos, pictures that are located directly under the users Twitter statistics, while the “View All” link located under those four photos will open the 100 picture user gallery. read more
Twitter on Wednesday took some time at the D9 Conference to officially announce their new photo sharing and hosting service and to talk about a new search architecture for their social network.
Twitter has announced that their images will be hosted by photo hosting website Photobucket and that users can upload their photos using both the Twitter.com online option or through the use of Twitter mobile.
As you’ll notice in the screen capture below the photo option is as simple as clicking on the blue camera button and then choosing the photo you would like to add to your Tweet, that photo is then displayed as a link on your Tweet, much like we’ve seen in the past from TwitPic and other Twitter photo sharing systems. read more