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You’ll Get To Write More As Twitter Plans To Drop Links, Photos From 140-Character-Limit

Published on 17 May, 2016 at 7:08 pm By

It’s good news for Twitter fans as they will now be able to use full 140 characters of Twitter without being restricted if they add a photo or link with their tweets.

According to Bloomberg, Twitterati will have more flexibility in writing tweets as the company now plans to stop including photos and links as part of its 140-character limit.


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Few months back Jack Dorsey, Chief Executive Officer of Twitter, had said that the company would soon be simplifying their product so as to attract new users.

At present any url links take up to nearly 23 characters of a tweet. This, in turn, further reduces a user’s space which is already limited to 140 characters.



 

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The limitation has been costing Twitter. Shares fell by more than 70% in the past 12 months due to less innovative strategies at the company.


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At present the micro-blogging site has declined to comment if the report is true or false.

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