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Vine has introduced new features that will give you more control over your viewing experience. Starting today, the six-second video app lets you not only briefly edit captions on your post, but also enables sorting to find the most interesting clips, and has added 3D Touch support.
With video sorting, you can now reorder how Vines appear in your profile so that the newest, oldest, or most popular ones appear at the top, instead of in chronological order like on an average Twitter feed. For prolific creators, this can make Vines easier to locate.
Also included is a feature that allows you to edit captions after you’ve already posted a Vine. According to the announcement, you’re able to make caption tweaks “for a brief period” after you post. Twitter declined to define “brief,” so it could be as little as a few seconds. However, it’s worth noting that on Instagram, you’re able to make edits to your captions at any time after posting.
To edit a caption, tap on the “…” menu after the video has been published. Caption editing is currently only available on Android, but is coming soon to iOS.
Vine for iOS is also adding a special feature: 3D Touch support. By pressing and holding on Vine’s app icon, you can easily create a Vine or search for videos posted by others.
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