People using https://mobile.twitter.com can now add image descriptions, also known as alternative text, when composing a Tweet. We’re excited to add this feature so images on Twitter are more accessible for everyone! Turn on image descriptions in your Twitter accessibility settings.pic.twitter.com/k3gl5mWvZY
Starting today, people using TweetDeck can add descriptions, also known as alternative text, to images in Tweets.
With this update, we’re empowering people using TweetDeck to make their Tweets accessible to the widest possible audience.pic.twitter.com/5swHzUepvm
A bunch of us from the Twitter iOS team went to today’s #WWDC2018 accessibility meetup. Great demos of assistive technologies. Got some wonderful advice about how to improve our iOS app.pic.twitter.com/da8jvbu19a
The Twitter archive now includes alt text that has been added to images within Tweets. You can access your archive by following these instructions:https://help.twitter.com/en/managing-your-account/how-to-download-your-twitter-archive …
I’m a blind twitter user. There are a lot of us out there. Increase your ability to reach us and help us interact with your pictures, it’s really simple and makes a huge difference to our twitter experiance allowing us to see your images our way. Thanks for the description pic.twitter.com/hCsjoFdmev
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