It is simple, when users shre an Instagram link on Twitter, a tiny preview of the post will be displayed.
Instagram controversially removed the amazing feature shortly after being acquired by Facebook in 2012.
Twitter card trials started for some user on Wednesday and will ultimately be available to everyone. Instagram and Twitter are both promoting the change.
If you want to share your latest Instagram post on the Twitter timeline too, you’re in luck: now when you share a link to an IG post in a Tweet, it’ll show up as a card with a preview of the photo.
Rolling out on Android, iOS, and web.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 3, 2021
Instagram sparked debate with druggies when it turned off support for Twitter cards in 2012.
The platform supposed that it wanted to take back control of its content following its merging with Facebook.
Instagramco-founder Kevin Systrom contended at the time that the accreditation came from himself, and not Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg.
He said Instagram was trying to grow its web platform and shared hopes that the move would help increase business.