Twitter is testing a new feature called ‘Notes’, which lets users post blogs of up to 2,500 words – and even edit them if they want to.
Notes, which is being trialled with a small group of writers from the UK, the US, Canada and Ghana, lets people post text, photos, videos, GIFs and embedded tweets in a single piece of content.
Twitter has a 280-character limit on a single tweet, so the only way Twitter users have been able to make lengthy posts previously is through a ‘thread’ – a series of connected tweets – or by posting a photo of a passage of text.
With Notes, users can go way past this limit and even edit what they’ve written after the piece has been published.
Notes lets users post blogs of up to 2,500 words – and even edit them after they’ve been published….
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