Twitter To Launch New Update, Now You Can Write Longer Posts

According to the report, this feature of Twitter will be found in a separate button.

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Updated on: 4 Feb 2022 9:45 AM GMT
Twitter To Launch New Update, Now You Can Write Longer Posts
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New Delhi: Microblogging site Twitter allowed posting in 280 characters a few years back, but now it looks like users are still running short of space. It is reported that Twitter is testing a new feature, after which the obligation to tweet in 280 characters will end. It is being said that after the new update, the space limit will be removed.

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Twitter's well-known tipster Jane Manchun Wong has tweeted and claimed that Twitter is working on a new feature which will be introduced as "Twitter Articles". He has shared a screenshot of the feature.

According to the report, this feature of Twitter will be found in a separate button. If you want to post more than 280 characters then you have to click on this button. Normally you will get the option to tweet in 280 characters only, although the option of thread is still available for writing long posts.


Twitter is working on another new feature. This feature of Twitter is currently being tested. After the new update, like Instagram, Twitter users will also be able to share their tweets with some close people. Twitter's new feature is similar to Instagram's Close Friend.

After the new update, Twitter users will be able to share any content with their 150 followers. The first glimpse of this feature of Twitter was seen in July last year. During that time this feature was seen as Trusted Friends.

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