Twitter revamped its retweet feature on Monday, making it easier for users to plug other people’s tweets and add commentary of their own.

Retweeting was a more tedious process until now if folks wanted to comment on a link. You either manually copied and pasted the link into a fresh tweet, or if you wanted to offer more context, copy-pasted a tweet’s original text into a new tweet with a comment shoehorned in — so long as you stuck to that 140 character limit.

But this latest approach lets you skip all that copy-pasting nonsense, prompting you now for a pithy remark before hitting the Retweet button, like so: Read more…

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Source: Mashable


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