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Twitter Stops Counting @Usernames in Replies, Eases 140-Character Limit

Twitter Stops Counting @Usernames in Replies, Eases 140-Character Limit

Twitter Stops Counting @Usernames in Replies, Eases 140-Character Limit
March 31
11:38 2017

Twitter on Thursday started taking off changes to give individuals a chance to pack more into tweets, subtracting from the character tally names of those being answered to in posts.

The most recent programming alteration at the one-to-many informing administration comes to fruition a year after Twitter set out to unwind a 140-character restrain set because of cell phone content informing imperatives set up when Twitter propelled in 2006.

Twitter initially reported arrangements to unwind the point of confinement a year prior, as a feature of a push to acquire more individuals and make the stage simpler to utilize.

“Keep in mind how we disclosed to you we were chipping away at approaches to let you to express more with 140 characters?” Twitter item director Sasank Reddy said in an online post.

“Presently, when you answer to somebody or a gathering, those @usernames won’t check toward your tweet’s 140 characters.”

Giving more space in tweets is viewed as an approach to support more utilize and sharing of pictures, recordings and connections.

The move is a piece of a push by Twitter to build its client base and engagement, which have sputtered to the embarrassment of financial specialists.

“Our work isn’t done,” Reddy said.

“We’ll keep on thinking about how we can enhance discussions and make Twitter less demanding to utilize.”

Twitter confronts rivalry from Facebook and Instagram, and a pattern of individuals selecting to share content in video or picture designs rather than content.

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