Twitter users on desktop computer will have the ability to toggle the auto-captions on or off.
Where are video captions when you need them? They’re here now automatically on videos uploaded starting today.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) December 14, 2021
Android & iOS: auto-captions will show on muted Tweet videos; keep them on when unmuted via your device's accessibility settings
Web: use the "CC" button to turn on/off pic.twitter.com/IHJAI31IvX
The Twitter Support group on December 15 tweeted about the new upgrade. The company verified that automated subtitles for video clips will be available for all users on Android, iOS and Internet beginning today. As mentioned, with the new functionality, Twitter users can see captions show up immediately while watching a muted video clip on mobile. Twitter's auto-captions are available in greater than 30 languages presently, consisting of Arabic, Chinese, English, German, Hindi, Tamil and a lot more.
Twitter keeps in mind that auto-captions will currently show on muted video clips on iOS and Android, while you can also tap the CC switch on the desktop computer to view auto-caption text after turning your device's sound off.
The social media company has included many notable changes to its system and Twitter Spaces recently. It has signed up with hands with Instagram to ease cross-posting with the introduce of Twitter Card sneak peeks on Android, iOS, and the Internet. Also, Twitter has included a brand-new privacy-related feature that allows users remove a fan without obstructing them. Once a Twitter user has removed someone, the user's tweets will no much longer immediately show up in their timeline. It's presently available on the Internet variation.