GIFs have come to TweetDeck.
Twitter announced on Thursday that users can now view GIFs in TweetDeck, though the upgrade only seems available when using the browser client, not in the app.
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We’re excited to announce you can now view GIFs in TweetDeckpic.twitter.com/fcSkZoDydI
— TweetDeck (@TweetDeck) February 5, 2015
Until now, GIFs uploaded to Twitter remained motionless inside TweetDeck. TweetDeck, which Twitter acquired in 2011, is a favorite of power users, offering sortable columns to more easily sift through different Twitter streams and lists.