Twitter’s latest test lets people cram video, images and GIFs into one tweet

has been testing some experimental features lately, including Tweets that through two accounts and a . For its latest trick, Twitter is toying with a way for people to pack multiple images, videos, and GIFs into a single tweet.

“We’re testing a new feature with select accounts for a limited time that allows people to shuffle up to four pieces of media content in a single tweet, regardless of format. We’re seeing people on Twitter having more visual conversations, and using images, GIFs and videos to make those conversations more engaging,” Twitter said in a statement. “With this test, we hope to learn how people combine these different media formats to express themselves more creatively on Twitter beyond 280 characters.”

Although we haven’t yet seen these tweets in the wild, app researcher Alessandro Paluzzi has previously Screenshots of what the tweet composer looks like when multiple media shapes are added. It’s similar to the existing method of attaching multiple images to a tweet, with the option to add and remove photos, videos, and GIFs, and change their order. However, having multiple videos or GIFs in a single tweet could end up looking messy and messing up people’s data plans.

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