Twitter Is Increasing Tweet’s Character Limit From 140 To 280, Currently In Testing

Twitter Is Testing 280 Character Limit For A Tweet, Giving You More Characters To Express Yourself

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Twitter Officially Announced That You Will Soon Be Able To Tweet In More Than 140 Character. The New Character Limit To Tweet Is 280. Means Double Of Existing.

Currently, Twitter Is Testing The New Limit For A Small Group, Collecting Feedback, Gathering Information Before Launching To Everyone.

140 Character Limit Problem Is Not For All. For Example – If A Japenese User Tweet In Japenese Langauge, He/She Can Easily Express His/Her Thoughts In 140 Character, And Even Sometimes Some Character Does Not Use.

While, If You Tweet In English, You Face A Lot Of Problem. First You Type If Tweet Length Is More Than 140 Character Then You Need To Edit It Or You Use Short Words. This Is Annoying Too. That’s Why Twitter Is Increasing Character Limit.

Also, See-Twitter Is Testing Tweetstrom Feature In App That Allow Users To Post 352 Tweets At Once

Twitter In Its Blog Post Mentions, Only 0.4 % Of Tweets Sent In Japenese Have 140 Character, While 9 % Of Tweets In English Have 140 Character. Most Japenese Tweets Are 15 Character, And Most English Tweets Are 34 Character.

For People Tweeting In English, Character Limit Is The Major Cause Of Frustration, Not For Those Who Tweet In Japenese.

Recently, We Posted About Twitter’s Tweetstorm Which Is Also In Testing. In Which, In A Twitter Thread, A User Can Easily Post 352 Tweets At Once.

However, Tweetstorm Feature Was Not Officially Announced. If Feedback Sounds Good, You Will Be Able To Post Tweets In 280 Character Limit, Which Is The Double Of Previous Limit.

Twitter Is Continuously Updating Its Features Like Recently Launched Night Mode On Twitter Web Version. In Twitter App, Popular Articles Section Is Rolled Out Where You See Most Trending Web Articles Of Those You Follow, Topics Based Articles.

Also, See-How To Change Twitter’s Trend Location In-App

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