How to Add Alt Text To Image?

Facing difficulty in Understanding or visualizing an Image on Twitter? Interested in providing details about an image along with your Content but can't because of the word limit?

Here is the guide for the above questions. ContentStudio has introduced new features for its Worthy customers which will help them in sharing side information for the images. This feature is helpful for Visually impaired Users and will turn out to be most used in the future.

Note: Alt text feature for Images can be used wherever the content for Twitter can be composed in ContenStudio.

Following are some simple steps to enjoy this new feature:

Step 1

Login or Signup to https://app.contentstudio.io. Your dashboard will appear. Click on Composer from the drop-down menu of the Publish Icon in the Header.

Step 2

Click on Social media posts, Select Content Category (optional), Select Account(s), Fill in content in the text box or You can Directly click on the 3rd icon used for adding images from your media library.

Step 3

Choose an image from the wizard and click on Add Media Button in the right corner of the Wizard.

Step 4

The selected image(s) will appear under Text Box. 3 icons can be seen on the image if the mouse will be pointed at the image.

Click on the middle icon indicating to Add Media Description/ALT text to the image. A wizard will appear. Enter information in the text Area and Click on Save Button in the bottom right corner of the Wizard.

Step 5

You can also add Threaded Tweets, Choose when to Publish, and if you like to repeat the post or not? and then click on the Post Now button in the bottom right corner of the screen.

Step 6

You will be redirected to Composer Page with the Notification appearing on the right corner of the screen as shown in the image.

You can also verify your post by scrolling down on the screen under the Status column.

Congratulations! You have successfully used the ALT text Feature.

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