Here is how to create your own Twitter moments on iPhone or iPad

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Back in 2015, Twitter unveiled “Moments” feature, which allows users to put together stories on the social network through a collection of tweets. Even though Twitter Moments failed to live up with expectations, Twitter has been trying to expand its functionality. Twitter now allows users to create their own moments using Twitter Moments from the iOS and Android apps.

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In this guide, we will run you through the steps to create your own Twitter moments on your iOS devices. Normally, you can easily create a Twitter moment by tapping the “v” button from one tweet to open up the menu, but we will start from the beginning here.

How to create your own Twitter moments using iOS app

Step one: The first thing you need to do now is to launch the Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad. Once you are done, you need to tap the Me tab to proceed

Step two: Next up, you need to tap the settings icon and select Moments from the pop-up menu

Step three: Once you are done, select Create New to create your own collection. My Moments will house all your saved moments you create in the future

Step four: Once you are in, all you have to do is to tap the tweet card and set your title. When it is done, type in a brief description of your story and select the background image you like

Step five: Tap Add Tweets and you will be taken to the Add Tweets menu where you will find all your own tweets and search of all Twitter. Besides, you can also see your friends’ tweets by searching for their accounts. Tap the tweet cards you wish to add and tap the Add button

Step six: Once you are done, tap More to view the settings. Here, you can customize your tweet cards before you publish them. For example, you can tap the toggle next to “Moment has sensitive material” if it has explicit material, or you can disable the ability to share your location with Twitter.

Step seven: Once it is done, publish it

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