Twitter May Allow Unlimited Posts With “Articles” Function

Deepak Gupta February 4, 2022
Updated 2022/02/04 at 6:50 AM

After increasing the allowed characters in a tweet, reaching 280 touches, made in 2017, the twitter seems willing to include even longer messages on its platform. This Wednesday (2), Jane Manchun Wonga frequent informant on social media matters, disclosed that the twitter is working on a new function that allows longer texts.

There is not much information about the new functionality, but the image released by Wong indicates that the new resource should be named as “Article”. The new Twitter articleseems to have a special section for its posts and there is no visible character limit in the image posted by the informant.

Jane Manchun Wong also did not detail the information. “Twitter is working on ‘Twitter Articles’ and the ability to create one within Twitter. Possibility of a new longform format on Twitter”, says the post. The social network has not yet officially commented on the possible new function.

Other resources on Twitter

In 2008two years after the launch of the twitterthe platform received a kind of extension not official for those who wanted longer publications. “When 140 (or 280) characters aren’t enough”is how the developers of TwitLonger describe it. In general, the TwitLonger works as a blank page where users can write their texts and publish directly on the social network.

In 2020, the twitter included the option to share tweets over continuous wires, the popular threads, where users can link several tweets and thus form a more complete text through a group of tweets. The new Articles on the platform would serve to increase the options for users who, eventually, prefer to delve into subjects through larger publications.


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Source: Wccftech, 9to5mac, Jane Manchun Wong

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