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Twitter launched the much-needed thread feature for users earlier this week to fully explain their stories and interact with their audience. Now, Twitter has introduced the "Moments" feature in India.

It has to be noted that Twitter Moments was previously available only to select few, such as social media influencers, partners, and brands with separate tabs on their respective user profiles. It was later made available to all US users. This helped them keep track of breaking news and stories by curating related content and also spread the word on social media.

Now, close to a year after introduction, Twitter Moments is now finally available to all in India. Twitter has introduced several categories, such as Sports, Politics, News, Fun and Today, curated by the Twitter Moments team so users can create their own moments [Check below for the procedure].

Twitter Moments goes live in India: Here’s how to get startedTwitter Moments India (@MomentsIndia) via Twitter

"While people were able to view Moments from select partners before, they can now make and share Moments and tell their own story. People can simply visit the Explore tab on Twitter or Twitter Lite, where they will discover stories unfolding on Twitter every day," Twitter India said in a statement.

"This gives Indians the opportunity to tell their stories globally, sharing the wonderful things that happen every day in the country with the rest of the world," the company added.

Here's how to create your own Twitter Moments:

Step 1: Log in to your Twitter Account. Click the lightning bolt Moments icon.

Step 2: Click 'Create new Moment' tab on the top right corner

Step 3: Fill the form starting with Title and then add descripition, set photo.

Step 4: Add Tweets in to your Moments with 'Tweets I've liked', 'Tweets by account', 'Tweet search' or 'Tweet link'

Step 5: Once you select your tweet, tap 'Publish' button on top right corner and your 'Moments' tweet will go live on Twitter.

[Note: users can also save their moment and publish it some other time, by selecting the 'Finish later' beside the Publish button]

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