Twitter Tweet - Multi-Image

Twitter Multi-Image Tweets are posts that can include up to 4 images or GIFs within a single message. Clicking on any of the photos will expand the image to provide a better view of the images. Multi-image tweets will always be cropped to a smaller size when they appear in a user’s Twitter feed. Twitter Multi-Image Tweet layouts vary depending on the the number of images included. Like Single Image Tweets, Multi-Image Tweets supports JPG, PNG, and GIF formats with a maximum file size of 5 MB each (max). Tweets have a limit of 280 characters, or 257 characters if a link is included.

If 2 images are used in a Multi-Image Tweet, each will be in a 7:8 ratio side by side. For 3 images, one image will display as 7:8 ratio with the other pair stacked in 4:7 ratios. With 4 images, each thumbnail will display in 2:1 ratio in a grid. Individual images have a height of 600-1200 px and width of 1200 px for an aspect ratio of Ratio will be cropped by image arrangement.

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Height: 
600-1200 px
Width:
1200 px
Depth:
Length:
Aspect Ratio:
Ratio will be cropped by image arrangement
Resolution:
72 ppi (recommended)
Weight:

Formats: JPG, PNG, GIF 

2 Images: 7:8 side by side

3 Images: 7:8 image, 4:7 pair

4 Images: 2:1 grid

Tweet Text: 280 characters; 257 characters (if link included)

Print Sizes: 16.66” x 16.66” | 423.3 x 423.3 mm

File Size:
5 MB each (max)
Company:
Twitter
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Properties

Drawings include:
Twitter Multi-Image Tweet interface mockup

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Twitter is an online social networking and news platform that allows users to Tweet text, image, and video-based messages and posts of up to 280 characters. Launched in 2006, Twitter is a global service that continues to inform people of various world events and comments as they happen in real time.