Twitter Is Working On A Button That Will Allow Videos To Add And Remove Captions

    Popular social media platform Twitter has announced that it is working on a ‘CC’ button that will make it possible to turn subtitles on and off in videos. In the statements, it was stated that this new feature is currently being tested on some iOS users and will soon come to Android.

    Twitter, one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, plans to further improve the user experience with its new features. We shared with you that the giant platform, which has been on the agenda recently with Elon Musk’s purchase offer, is working on a ‘tweet editing’ feature. Also, a few days ago, the first screenshot of this feature came.

    The news today showed that Twitter, which announced that it is working on an ‘image description’ feature in the past weeks, is also working on a brand new feature for videos this time. According to the statements made by the company, the video viewing experience on the giant platform will be further improved with this feature.

    Testing a button to add and remove subtitles from videos

    According to the statements made by the platform today, Twitter has started testing a ‘ CC’ button that will allow us to turn subtitles on and off in videos. It has been reported that this new feature is offered to some iOS users and will soon come to devices with Android operating system. In a tweet shared by Twitter’s official ‘Support’ account, it was observed how this feature works.

    In the post shared by Twitter in the past hours, it was seen that the ‘CC’ button will be located in the upper right part of the videos. It turns out that when you click the button, the feature will make it possible to add and remove subtitles from videos. This and the ‘editing’ feature also revealed that Twitter is planning to launch new features by evaluating user requests recently.

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