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Something new is coming soon for Twitter post, you will be surprised to see


oi-Artesh Kumar


Updated: Thursday, June 23, 2022, 14:26 [IST]

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New York, June 23 :
Tired of Twitter’s character limits? If so, the micro-blogging site is testing a new feature that will exceed the 280-character limit for characters that people can type. According to Variety, Twitter will come with a new feature called ‘Notes’ that will allow users to share essay-like writing as links both on and off the social media platform.


what will be the new update
In the new update coming from Twitter, users can include photos, videos and GIFs in posts with up to 2,500 words. You can tweet this on Twitter. The note card will appear in the Twitter timeline as a tweet that will include a preview of what’s in the longer post.

Users will benefit from this
Currently, the company has launched a public trial of Notes with a small group of authors from the US, UK, Canada and Ghana. “We are currently conducting a separate trial with a small group of writers who will help us learn how to support people who come to write on Twitter,” Twitter said.

Could tweet only 140 words earlier
Originally, Twitter posts were capped at 140 words, designed to fit into the official limit for SMS messages on mobile phones. Notably, in 2017, Twitter increased the tweet limit to 280 words. If the test is successful, Twitteratis will be able to have new note cards in their timeline.

Elon Musk’s entry
Billionaire Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, announced the acquisition of Twitter for about $44 billion. Let us tell you that since the talk of the acquisition of the company in April, there has been a chaotic situation in Twitter Inc. Many employees are angered by Elon Musk becoming the new owner, who has been openly critical of the company, its products and its policies.

What was Elon Musk’s question
Twitter Inc CEO Parag Agarwal has also made changes to Twitter’s top of product organization and announced a series of spending-cutting measures since the deal was announced. Some time ago Elon Musk questioned whether the Twitter user base is as large as the company claims, which specifically suggests that Twitter has a major problem with spam bots.

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english summary

With the new update, users can include text — up to 2,500 words — as well as photos, videos and GIFs in posts that can be written, published and shared on Twitter. The Note card will show up in the Twitter timeline as a tweet that contains a preview of what’s in the longer post.

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