1. Download the ASA Twitter Poster Template.
– Teach people your main takeaway on the first slide.
– Next, add a key figure and explain what it shows.
– Then, teach your methods in simple steps.
– Finally, explain why your findings matter.
2. Save your slides as an animated GIF.
– Go to file and select export.
– For PC, select Create Animated GIF.
– For Mac, change file format to Animated GIF.
– Set quality to “Medium” and seconds to ~4-5.
3. Tweet it!
– Include #NewAcoustics and any other relevant field hashtags.
– Include a link to your abstract or relevant article.
Looking for more instructions and examples? Watch this video.
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