Twitter CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday said the micro-blogging platform will soon allow longer-form tweets up to 10,000 characters with simpler formatting tools. When one user posted, “Genius, @Twitter and @ElonMusk’s decision to allow longer content on Twitter is brilliant product design. There will be less clickbait type articles and people will stay on Twitter longer.”
Musk replied: “Increasing long form to 10k characters soon with simple formatting tools.” “And make it very easy for authors to charge a subscription fee for premium content.”
Musk also said earlier this month that the company would increase “longform tweets” to 10,000 characters.
Last month, the company announced that Blue subscribers in the US could post tweets up to 4,000 characters long on the platform. Only Blue subscribers can post long tweets, but non-subscribers can read, reply, retweet and quote them.
Previously, tweets were limited to only 280 characters, which still applies to non-subscribers.
Twitter is reportedly testing a new verification process for its Blue customers that will involve submitting a government ID. Also Read – Twitter Hack: How to Enable 2FA on Your Account for Free
The method of submitting users’ ID photos, combined with a selfie photo, to authenticate their Twitter accounts has been compromised through code-level insights exposed by product intelligence firm Watchful.ai, TechCrunch reports. has been disclosed.
However, it is still unclear whether the feature is being tested externally or not. Also Read – WhatsApp may narrow down the choice to just one option for Android
According to the firm, the feature is under testing in the US, where it was found in the Android version of the Twitter application.
Inputs from IANS
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