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Twitter Accessibility Jun 14
This week we added support for the new reduced motion setting to Twitter's Web app. If you've enabled this in your computer's settings, it'll automatically work. You can also enable it in Settings -> Accessibility
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 7
Replying to @TwitterA11y
We’re excited to bring you these updates! But, stay tuned. We have MUCH more up our sleeve. We’re here to serve the public conversation — and that means everyone.
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 7
Replying to @TwitterA11y
And finally, for both iOS and Android, Twitter Cards in Tweets are now supporting screen readers — no more mystery Cards! VoiceOver and TalkBack will now read where activation will lead the user, the media type inside the Card, and the title on the Card
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 7
Replying to @TwitterA11y
Also on Android, we’ve added counts of all the social engagement each Tweet receives. At the end of each Tweet, users will hear the count of how many replies, Retweets, and Likes are associated with that Tweet. We didn’t want you to miss that top conversation.
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 7
Replying to @TwitterA11y
For Android, we’ve added “Promoted” badging labels to our accessibility screen reader strings. Now all users will know which Tweets are being promoted.
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 7
Get ready. We’re announcing some updates you’ve been seriously waiting for… We’re rolling out some major improvements for screen reader support. Keep reading for some highlights
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Twitter Accessibility May 30
Thanks for bringing this up - we're going to reach out that team today to let them know.
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Twitter Accessibility Jan 22
Replying to @Twitter
A new is coming. Follow along for upcoming improvements to screen reader support and keyboard navigation. Reply if you have any suggestions!
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Twitter Accessibility Oct 19
Replying to @JonAvilaA11y
This is something we provide; thanks for your feedback!
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Twitter Accessibility Sep 21
We are looking into this; thanks for alerting us and providing details!
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Twitter Accessibility Sep 10
Replying to @MarcoInEnglish
Thanks for these details; we will be investigating this!
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Twitter Accessibility Aug 18
Replying to @adityabajaj_
Thanks for the feedback. Is this because of the shapes being similar?
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Twitter Accessibility Aug 10
People using can now add image descriptions, also known as alternative text, when composing a Tweet. We’re excited to add this feature so images on Twitter are more accessible for everyone! Turn on image descriptions in your Twitter accessibility settings.
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Twitter Accessibility Jul 18
Replying to @FatElvis04
We will look into this. Where are you experiencing the comma within a quote Tweet? What would you expect? Thanks for surfacing this.
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Twitter Accessibility Jul 3
Replying to @movito
We are working on this!
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TweetDeck Jul 3
Starting today, people using TweetDeck can add descriptions, also known as alternative text, to images in Tweets. With this update, we’re empowering people using TweetDeck to make their Tweets accessible to the widest possible audience.
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 29
Replying to @bpmohith
Thanks for alerting us; we are looking into this...
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Twitter Accessibility Jun 26
Replying to @nschonni
Thanks for alerting us; we are looking into this...
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Twitter Accessibility 9 Jun 18
If possible, please send us a DM (Direct Message) so that we can better understand/discuss the complaint(s) you are referencing. Our DMs are open...
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David LaMacchia 6 Jun 18
A bunch of us from the Twitter iOS team went to today’s accessibility meetup. Great demos of assistive technologies. Got some wonderful advice about how to improve our iOS app.
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