Twitter to increase its character limit from 280 to 1000

After taking over on microblogging site Twitter every day Elon Musk is announcing something new.

Twitter rants are set to grow bigger and it might increase its character limits from 280 characters to 1000 characters.

Meanwhile, in response to user’s suggestions CEO Elon Musk teased the update and wrote, “It’s on the todo list.”

Earlier in 2017 Twitter was referred to as a “microblogging service” and from 140 characters it was increased to 280 characters.

The news of the increasing number of characters was announced on Twitter in 2017. The official Twitter blog read, “Many people Tweeted the full 280 limits because it was new and novel, but soon after behavior normalized…….We saw when people needed to use more than 140 characters, they Tweeted more easily and more often.”

Moreover, the major difference between Twitter and other social media platforms was characters. Since Musk has takeover the platform Musk has always shown interest in increasing the character limit on a number.

Earlier on 27 November, a Twitter user suggested to Musk to increase the word limit from 280 to 420.

In response to the tweet, Twitter CEO wrote, “Good idea.”

Another user suggested, “get rid of character limits.”

“Absolutely”, the CEO Musk responded.

However, Musk has already announced major changes for the platform with its multi-colored verification system.

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