Twitter’s Tweetstorm Feature Allow You To Post Multiple Tweets In Thread At Once, Currently In Testing

It Seems Twitter Is Testing Tweetstorm Feature That Help Users To Post Multiple Tweets In Thread At Once

Twitter Has A Number Of Restrictions On Its Features Like You Can’t Edit Tweet, You Can’t Post A Single Tweet That Contains More Than 140 Character.

A New Features Appears And It Seems To Be In Testing Which Is Of “Tweetstorm”. If You’ve Ever Tried Tools That Allows Write Tweets With More Than 140 Character Then You Can Understand What Is Tweetstorm.

Twitter Tweetstorms

With This Tweetstorm Feature, Users Will Be Able To Post Multiple Tweets At Once Or You Can Say It Posting Of Tweet Thread.

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Type Your Tweet If It Contains More Than 140 Character, Twitter Automatically On The Same Page Will Make A Twitter Thread. When You Type The 141 Character You’ll See Your Tweet Is Broken With A Distinct Tweet And Attached To A Twitter Thread.

So, This Feature Grouped Your Multiple Tweets With A Tweet Thread And You’ll Be Able To Post Multiple Tweets At Once.

Twitter User Matt Navarra On September 10 Find This Feature And Posted A Couple Of Pictures In His Tweet, This Feature Is Currently In Testing In Twitter Android App And Available To A Small Number Of Users.

You Can See In Above Picture As He Types His Tweet Thread Automatically Generated And Providing An Option To Tweet All. Taping On Tweet All Button Shows Notification With A Message Of “Tweeting Your Thread”.

Twitter Tweetstorms

Screenshots Also Confirm That Twitter Allow Users To Post 352 Tweets In A Single Thread. Surely, This Feature Help Users To Get Rid Of 140 Character Limitation.

However, This Feature Not Officially Announced By Twitter And There Is No Confirmation When Will This Feature Go Live For All.

Recently, Twitter Launched Twitter Night Mode On Its Desktop Version And Changes Its UI On All Devices. You May See Couple Of More Updates In Near Future From Twitter.

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