Well, goodbye productivity. We had a good run!
It's now time to bid adieu to the feeling of accomplishing things, and it's all thanks to Twitter's new feature: A GIF search. That means that now, with nary the click of a button, users will be able to sift through thousands of GIFs to choose the perfect accompaniment to their "Happy Hump Day" or "Wednesdays, amirite?" tweets.
Twitter announced the new feature today, saying they chose to add the technology because they realized users were straight-up obsessing over posting GIF. Apparently in 2015, tweeters shared over 100 million GIFs. That's a whole lot of dancing cats. (Because that's what most of those GIFs were, right?)
The search function will start rolling out today, appearing on iOS, Android and twitter.com. And it's super easy to use—you just need to follow a few easy steps. After you've composed your brilliant and funny tweet, simply tap the GIF icon which will now appear at the bottom of the text window. You'll be able to choose from different categories (like "hearts" or "high fives") or you can just get straight to business and search for a specific term (like "cats," duh). Simply select the GIF of your choice and it will automatically show up with your 140 characters.
Now all you have to do is wait for your turn in the rollout and then get to GIFing.