Every social media app is interconnected in some way. Even though many applications allow for sharing, resharing, and status updates, having to share the same content on other platforms separately might be tedious. Keeping in mind, several apps included the ability to share within other apps as well. Twitter released the option for iOS users to share tweets straight to Instagram and Snapchat, despite being late to the game with this capability. While Android users still had to share the information on these platforms individually, iOS users were pretty thrilled with it. Twitter support revealed yesterday that Android users would soon be able to share tweets straight on Instagram and Snapchat with the same capability. Snap and Insta the most awaited feature, sharing, was eagerly anticipated by users.
Direct Insta and Snap sharing Helps Businesses Grow
Another wonderful piece of information that this tweet provides is the addition of LinkedIn direct sharing to both Android and iOS. You will be heard more clearly and concurrently thanks to this on all four platforms. Businesses who choose this sharing will unquestionably receive better and more consistent responses from all of these channels.
Even though this is one of the best features, Twitter is aiming to expand cross-platform sharing on a global scale. The social media behemoth is reportedly testing the “Share to Whatsapp” button as well and will roll it out in stages as soon as it is ready.