Twitter has expanded its animated GIF size limit from 5MB to 15MB, opening up all kinds of new possibilities for situations when plain text just doesn’t cut it. Prior to the change, Twitter’s size ceiling for both photos and animated GIFs was 5MB. The photo limit has stayed the same, along with the GIF limit for mobile uploads. But Twitter now allows for GIFs three times the size if they are uploaded on the web. Unfortunately, the update hasn’t made its way to TweetDeck, which remains perennially behind the times when it comes to Twitter engineering improvements.