However you decide to pronounce it—although I stand with the creator—GIFs are a super fun way to express yourself. So it can be frustrating if people have to click on a link to see that you feel like “face-palming” after your last work meeting. Wouldn’t it be so much better if the GIF was front and center like videos or photos?
Enter Giphy. This online GIF archive makes it easier than ever to tweet your animated video. Don’t believe me? Check this out:
Step 1: Visit Giphy.com.
Step 2: Find the appropriate GIF.
Step 3: Click the Tweet button.
Step 4: Sign into your Twitter account (if you haven’t already).
Step 5: Share!
That’s it! You can also share your GIF on Facebook or Tumblr.