Twitter rolled out Fleets globally this week, and with it comes a new way to share existing tweets with your followers. Here is our guide on how to share a tweet in a Fleet.
Fleets are disappearing messages that last 24 hours. They are very similar to Stories you ding on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn.
You can create Fleets from scratch using images and text, but Fleets is also a new way to easily share existing tweets from yourself or anyone else with a public profile.
With Fleets, Twitter is giving you a new way to share
Here is our guide on how to share a tweet in a Fleet:
Step 1: Tap the share button under the tweet you want to share
Step 2: Among the share options, choose “Share in a Fleet”
Step 3: Twitter automatically assumes you will want to add text on the Fleet you created. But you don’t have to. Tap “Done” when your Fleet is ready
Step 4: Continue editing your Fleet like you would for any other Fleet. Tap “Fleet” in the upper-right corner when you are ready to share. Voilà.
Users who tap on the tweet in your Fleet will be redirected to the original tweet to interact.
The above screenshots were capture on Twitter for iOS.
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