OK, we realize that asking you to hunt for Scrolly Tales without the right tool is a big ask. So we’ve come up with threadreaderapp.com/scrolly/recent
It’s a list of recently unrolled threads that we think may look great as Scrolly Tales. But the “may” here is doing a lot of work, because our 🤖’s guess is nowhere near perfect. So we need you to pick the most Scrolly-worthy Tales
As @Moratel_Entles mentioned, our Scrolly Tales software is just a start. We are chopping off parts of images, and some text-heavy images just do not fit the Scrolly Tale medium.
So, 🙏 help us find Scrolly Tale gems at threadreaderapp.com/scrolly/recent and win a year (or extension) of Thread Reader premium!
ps: don’t you find the puppy #scrolly adorable? Reply/Retweet your findings and use #scrolly so we can collate them all!

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6 Apr
Here are more examples of beautiful #Scrolly we recently found!

1) Cherry blossom viewing festival by @AlexPler_
2) Fascinating repair of an old calculator by @Foone

3) Gorgeous photos of Earth's polar ice by @NASA_ICE

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4 Apr
Happy Easter! To celebrate, we are having an Easter Egg Hunt contest!

Find a thread that works great as Scrolly Tale and win one year of free Premium Membership with Thread Reader App!
To recap what Scrolly Tales is about, please read the thread below:
You can nominate a thread or you can create a new thread yourself too :)
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1 Apr
Big announcement! We just released a new feature on our site called "A Scrolly Tale" that lets you experience Twitter threads in a more visually immersive way!
So what exactly are Scrolly Tales? The easiest way to find out more about it is to experience it in action! Here are some of the gems we found:
1) Earthship by @rohindhar: Scrolly Tale works wonderfully well for threads with beautiful photos. Check out this stunning self-sustaining home in New Mexico!
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23 Mar
New feature for Premium members - send PDFs to your friends for free!

So, we sometimes run into conversations like:

🧑‍🦱"Does anybody have this great thread in PDF?"
🧑‍🦰"Yes, I'm a Premium member on Thread Reader App so I can send it to you!"
We like Premium members sharing PDFs with their friends!

But sharing big PDF files can be a hassle sometimes, right? Now you can send a link of the PDF to your friends by email directly from our site!
On the "My Archives" page, just click on the 🎁 icon next to the PDF and enter your friend's email address!

Your friend will receive a link to that PDF and does NOT need an account with us.
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10 Feb
When your thread is ready, we reply you with a link with an image that summerizes the thread. This image is called Open Graph og:image and we are constantly trying to improve it so it looks interesting when shared on Twitter, Facebook, Slack, etc.
We've revised images for threads many times in the past and we just released another version (which some may have noticed already!)

We made the font a little bigger and added a quote line. Here's how our og:image has evolved over the years! Image
We also worked on a better og:image for the author's page. We sort all the threads by authors which you might want to share that page instead of individual threads.

Here's an example of how our page looks like: threadreaderapp.com/user/threadrea…
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8 Jul 20
We just rolled out a brand new feature to automatically save your new PDF archives to Google Drive or Dropbox! You can now read your threads all stored nicely in your Google Drive or Dropbox folder, anytime!
Setting it up is super easy! Just connect our app with Google Drive and/or Dropbox on our website's "My Archives" page. After that, all the new PDF you create will automatically be uploaded to your folder!

You can also use webhook on our site if you'd like to use other cloud services. We rolled this out first but it required many steps so it might have looked intimidating. The new way is so much simpler to set it up, we are archiving more PDFs ourselves! 😆
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