In March 2020, Twitter has been started testing the “Fleets” feature in Brazil, Italy, India, and South Korea, stories feature which is disappearing after 24 hours, just like Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat. Now Twitter starts rolling it out to everyone. Fleets are very useful when it comes to sharing your thoughts, opinions, and feelings, where you can add text, reactions to tweets, or photos and videos, even you can customize Fleets with various background and text options.
- Read more about Twitter Fleets: Twitter testing stories feature called “Fleets”
You can share a Tweet in a Fleet by tapping the Share icon at the bottom of the Tweet and then tap Share in Fleet, you can also add some text and emojis. “Stickers and live broadcasting will be soon available to Fleets,” said Twitter. Your followers can see your Fleets at the top of their home feed, or even anyone who can see your full profile can see your Fleets there too.
If you want to reply to a Fleet, tap on it to send a Direct Message or emoji, and continue the conversation in your Direct Message.
Users can able to upload videos with a length of up to 2 min and 20 seconds with up to 512MB, whereas whitelisted publishers can publish videos up to 10 minutes in length.