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Twitter today announced that it is expanding its feature that makes images on Twitter more accessible for people using screen readers. 

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Alt text reminders were announced in July, but only a limited number of users could use them.

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This week, all users worldwide will be able to turn on reminders.

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Twitter knows that alt text reminders are something users have wanted for some time, according to Gerard Cohen (SEM @ Twitter)

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Cohen states, "If it were up to us, we would snap our fingers the world would be accessible. 

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We understand that it has been a long process." "We are very grateful to those bot makers, those who have gone ahead with it."

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Cohen stated that making the reminder available to everyone was a priority and that the company would educate people about how to use alt text properly.

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Cohen said that other accessibility features, such as the ability to edit tweets and retroactively add alt texts, are being explored by his team.

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