Twitter has acquired the Squad app.
The most important thing about this app is that it allows users to share their screen through mobile and desktop.
- Last Updated:December 13, 2020, 11:22 AM IST
The Squad app, which caught everyone’s attention especially in the early months of the Kovid-19 pandemic, was shut down on Saturday. According to Tech Crunch’s report, Esther Crawford, the co-founder and CEO of Squad, will join Twitter to lead the ‘product in the conversation space’.
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Share on Snapchat TweetSnapchat and Twitter have now released support for each other. That is, now you can share your tweet directly on Snapchat. Until now, Twitter users had to resort to screenshots to share their tweets on Snapchat, but now users will also get the option of Snapchat for tweet sharing, although currently this feature is only for iOS users. Twitter has said that soon this feature will also be released for Instagram.
Keep in mind that even after the new update, the condition is that you can share only those tweets which are public. Private tweets cannot be shared on Snapchat.
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>> If you want to share any of your tweets on Snapchat, click on the tweet’s share button and click on Snapchat’s icon.
>> After this, you can share your tweet in Snapchat stories too.