Can I edit media I've uploaded to Media Studio?
No, Media Studio does not currently have any editing capabilities.
How do I Tweet media assets (i.e. videos, GIFs, images)?
Media assets can be Tweeted by identifying and selecting the desired asset in your Media Studio library, and then clicking the blue "Compose Tweet" button.
Can I set the title and description that people see in my video Tweet?
Yes, the title and description can be edited via the "Upload", "Edit", and "Compose" pages. These fields are optional and can be left blank if necessary.
Can I include advertising on my video?
At this time, we do not allow non-amplify partners to include advertising in their videos. Learn more about the Twitter Amplify Publisher Program.
Which analytics are tracked?
Media Studio partners will be able to access the Video Analytics Dashboard via the "Analytics" tab of the Media Studio tool. Some examples of the analytics tracked include, but are not limited to the following:
- Video starts
- Retention rates (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%)
- Completion rates (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%)
- Total minutes viewed
- Call-to-action clicks
Can I use third-party analytics services?
No, we do not support third-party analytics integrations for Media Studio.
Can I delete a media asset I've uploaded?
Yes, you can delete a media asset by clicking the trash can icon found at the bottom of each thumbnail included in your library.
How do I schedule a Tweet?
To schedule a Tweet, start by clicking the blue "Compose" button. From there, the compose sheet will open and allow you to click the schedule icon (next to the "Tweet" button) and set the appropriate date and time. Learn more about scheduling Tweets.
How do I remove a scheduled Tweet before it goes live / posts?
To remove a scheduled Tweet, simply go to the "Creatives" > "Tweets" > "Scheduled Tweets" page, locate the Tweet you want to remove, and click the delete icon (which appears in the upper right-hand corner of each scheduled post when selected).
Can I delete a media asset I've already Tweeted?
Yes, you can delete a media asset after it has been Tweeted. This can be done by clicking the trash can icon found at the bottom of each thumbnail included in your library. If you're deleting an already Tweeted media asset, we recommend that you also delete the Tweet from Twitter; otherwise people will receive an error saying that the media asset cannot be viewed/played.