Twitter Moments now available to everyone in India, here’s how it works

The Explore Tab will feature Moments created by Twitter’s Curation team and Partners across news, entertainment, and sports categories.

  • Published: December 16, 2017 1:42 PM IST

Twitter has finally rolled out its “Moments” feature to all users in India. To recall, “Moments” was available to “influencers, partners, and brands”, which appeared as a separate tab on a user’s profile and helped them keep track of breaking news and stories by curating related content.

The Twitter India Moments show the relevant news related to politics, entertainment, sports to name a few. The feature allows users to keep an easy watch on the news and stories of their choice. Interestingly, the feature has been available to users in the US for over a year now.

“While people were able to view ‘Moments’ from select partners before, they can now make and share ‘Moments’ and tell their own story. People can simply visit the Explore tab on Twitter or Twitter Lite, where they will discover stories unfolding on Twitter every day,” Twitter India said, in a statement.

“This gives Indians the opportunity to tell their stories globally, sharing the wonderful things that happen every day in the country with the rest of the world,” the statement added.

How to create Twitter Moments

After signing in to Twitter, from the Moments tab, click the Create new Moment button. Click the Title your Moment field to give your Moment a name.  Add a description field to type in a description for your Moment. Simply add Tweets to add to your Moment. You will find an ‘Add Tweets to your Moment’ section at the bottom of the page, which will allow users to select Tweets by account, Tweet link, and Tweet search prompts.

To add a Tweet to your Moment, click on the tick icon. You can also select Set cover to choose a cover image and click the Save button. Click the Finish later button at the top of the page to save a draft. When you are ready to make your Moment live, click on the Publish button at the top of the page.

  • Published Date: December 16, 2017 1:42 PM IST