The Popular Social Media Giant Twitter is reportedly testing a new blogging feature called ‘Twitter Notes’ for longer tweets. According to the reports in this feature the platform is developing Notes for longer Tweets which will be available in coming weeks. It is well know that the microblogging app Twitter helps you reach a wide range of audience with its global popularity.
Twitter has a very simple and intuitive web interface which has made its popularity grow rapidly in last few months. Being one of the most popular social networking service it is regularly undergoing updates for a batter user friendly experience. Get more details in this article.
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Twitter testing new Notes for longer tweets
As per the latest reports from news sources, Twitter is working to develop long form Tweets. The reports mention that with this function now you will be able to surpass 280 character limit of tweets with a new limit of 2500 words. This means that with this current update now you tweet your heart out. So now the micro word is out of this microblogging platform and you don’t have to convey your interesting stories via numbered tweet threads.
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Moreover you can even edit these notes after they are already published. The report further mentions that this new Notes for longer tweets feature allows you to write your entire posts straight onto the platform. It will also enable you to include photos, videos, GIF’s and tweets in your notes.
Twitter longer Tweets feature
Twitter’s Rembert Browne had mentioned in his first Twitter notes that the reason for developing this feature is that people had to use other social media platforms to write long articles and in Twitter they can just share their conversation surrounding that work. Browne added that the longform tweets will help writers find their desired success in the platform.
This update from Twitter is reported to be the biggest change to word count after 2017. There will be a new ‘write’ tab available to those testers who can access this feature at present. Another ‘notes’ tab will also be visible to these users on their profile. Their followers can access all their long form published works under this tab.
However this feature is currently available only to some handful users of United State, Canada, Ghana and United Kingdom but you can expect it to be rolled out soon globally. Till then keep following us for more updates on all upcoming new changes and latest features.
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