Twitter tests new Bitmoji integration to display your digital character as your Twitter profile picture
This is interesting: Twitter is experimenting with a new integration that would allow users display your Bitmoji character as your Twitter profile pictureproviding another way to use your digital avatar as a representation of yourself.
As you can see in this image, posted by app researcher Alexander PaluzziTwitter is testing a new Bitmoji integration within the profile picture upload flow, with an ‘Add Bitmoji’ button to connect your Bitmoji account.
Which, of course, would also link your Twitter profile to Snapchat, which owns Bitmoji. Essentially, this integration would provide a direct link between your Snapchat profile, where you create your Bitmoji character, and Twitter, which may be the first time the two platforms have partnered on such a direct integration.
That’s interesting in terms of competition, given that the two platforms operate in a competitive space. But at the same time, Twitter doesn’t yet have its own native avatar creation tools, and the integration with Bitmoji likely suggests that it’s not looking to add them, but instead leans on Snap’s character creation tools to enable another means of expression. with your presence on Twitter.
Snapchat has been looking to make its Bitmoji characters a bigger part of the in-app experience, even launching a range of Bitmoji brand clothing options to provide more ways for users to express their identity in the app.
The expanded vision is that users will come to rely on these digital cartoons as another means of expression. And as we move into the future metaverse, where we’ll all be interacting through digital puppets, maybe that will make users fond enough of their Bitmoji characters to adopt them as their primary digital avatars to use in these new spaces. immersive.
That’s why expanding them to Twitter makes a lot of sense as well, to enhance that connection and affiliation with representation.
We asked Twitter about the experiment and it provided us with this statement:
“We are always exploring new ways for people to express themselves on the platform. We have no further details to share at this time.”
So there’s nothing to go on yet, but it’s an area Twitter is exploring, and in a world where Twitter users are increasingly using random images of monkeys, goblins and other cartoon characters as profile pictures on the app , a Bitmoji integration seems to make a lot of sense.
It could be another springboard into the metaverse and a future where we interact in entirely new ways.
We will keep you informed of any progress.
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