Twitter increases paid users' tweet limit to 10,000 personalities

Twitter increases paid users' tweet limit to 10,000 personalities The company also recently rebranded ‘Super Follows' as ‘Subscriptions.'

Twitter increases paid users' tweet limit to 10,000 personalities

For Twitter Blue users in the US, the website's 280-character limit is a distant memory since February when it gave them the ability to post 4,000-character tweets. Currently, the company has greater than increased that limit and has introduced support for tweets up to 10,000 personalities in size. Additionally, the website currently supports strong and italics text format, enabling content developers to use those aspects to separate possibly huge obstructs of text. Twitter chief Elon Musk first announced that the website is production long-form tweets also much longer in very early March, almost a month after the initial 4,000-character growth.

While a 10,000-character limit sounds excessive for most laid-back users — that is about 2,000 words, or a pretty lengthy essay — Twitter most likely presented the capability for individuals looking to earn money off their messages. The company has simply rebranded "Very Complies with" as "Memberships," enabling users to charge individuals $3, $5 and $10 a month for special content, consisting of subscriber-only chats in Spaces. Twitter also guaranteed not to take any one of their profits for the next year.

By enhancing the personality tweet limit for Blue users, as well as enabling them to post "hrs lengthy video clips," Twitter is giving developers more ways to maintain their customers involved. At the same time, obtaining users to invest more time on the website means more opportunities to offer them with advertisements that would certainly make the company more money. That said, Very Complies with never ever quite removed, and it remains to be seen whether this version of the membership solution will fare better.

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