“Do you need 280+ characters to express yourself? We know a lot of you want to… and while we love a good thread, sometimes you want to tweet everything at once,” Twitter said in a statement.
“Starting today, if you’re a Twitter Blue subscriber in the US, you can write longer Tweets,” the statement read.
“While only Twitter Blue subscribers can post longer tweets, anyone and everyone can read them,” she added. “You can reply to, Retweet, and quote a longer tweet, regardless of whether you’re a Twitter Blue subscriber or not.”
And she continued: “Most of the standard functions of tweeting are still valid, whether you want to post a photo, use a hashtag, or create a poll, but now you can write up to 4,000 characters,” noting that “at this time, longer tweets cannot be saved on the web.” as drafts or schedule them for sending later.
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