Twitter’s new photo galleries show every photo a user tweeted

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Twitter is rolling out automatically generated photo galleries that showcase all the images recently tweeted by a user. The galleries will appear on each user profile and contain up to 100 images tweeted since Jan. 1, 2010. For an example, here is the gallery for @whitehouse. Journalists may use this to browse recent images from news sources, or to make their own images more accessible to readers. A couple notes: Photos you manually retweet show up just the same as photos you posted yourself, and if there happens to be an image in your gallery you want to remove, you’ll have to delete the tweet that linked to the image.

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