Twitter expands its GIF size limit to 15MB for the web

Finally, you won’t ever have to tweet unsatisfying GIFs that end too soon. The social network has upped its GIF size limit to 15MB, three times larger the 5MB limit that it used to be.

This news could open up all kinds of new possibilities for situations when plain text just doesn’t cut it.

You’re still not allowed posting files larger than 5MB if you tweet on mobile though.

Joy has already overwhelmed Twitter’s society:

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