Twitter has rolled out a much-awaited automatic captions feature for videos.

According to Twitter, auto-captions will be available globally on iOS, Android, and the web in “most languages.”

The auto-captions feature currently supports 37 languages including Arabic, Chinese, English, German, Tamil and many more.

The company in a post shared that Twitter users can see captions appear automatically while watching a muted video on mobile.

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It wrote in a tweet that “Where are video captions when you need them? They’re here now automatically on videos uploaded starting today.”

For Android and iOS: Auto-captions will show on muted tweet videos; keep them on when unmuted via your device’s accessibility settings.

For the web use the “CC” button to turn on/off captions.

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The social media company recently added many noteworthy changes to its platform and Twitter Spaces.

The micro-blogging social media application stated that they are updating their current private information policy and expanding its scope to include “private media.”

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