Soon, Twitter users will be able to turn on and off video captioning, and they will be able to do this. Tests are being done on new “CC” buttons that will let people turn on and off captions for videos that have them. A small group of iOS users is getting the new feature. Soon, the feature will be made available to more Android users as well.
Twitter’s Support account page talked about the new feature. Button: It’s in the top right corner of a tweet-linked video.
“People on iOS and soon on Android can now choose between video captions and no captions more quickly. We’re trying out a new “CC” button that lets you turn off or on the subtitles in movies with subtitles.”
This week, Twitter has been working on a lot of new things. ALT badges for photos shared on the timeline have recently been pushed out by the company, allowing users to add more information to their shared images. This isn’t all: The company also said that it’s working on a long-awaited “edit” button that will let people make changes to their tweets.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is now trying to buy Twitter. He wants to pay Sh4.9 trillion for the company.