Twitter New Feature Allows You to Post Long Articles and Books

Twitter Will Allow You to Post Long Articles and Books

Key Insights

  • Twitter owner Elon Musk said that the platform team is working on a new feature that will allow users to create large posts.
  • According to the billionaire, it will be possible to publish articles and even books.

Social network Twitter is working on a new feature that will allow users to post great content using various media. This was announced on his Twitter page by the owner of the microblogging platform, billionaire and founder of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk.

Twitter new feature allows you to publish very long articles

“[This feature] will allow users to publish very long, complex articles across multiple media. You can even publish a book if you want,” Elon Musk wrote in response to a Twitter user asking about a tool in development called Articles.

At the moment, only Twitter Blue subscribers can post long posts – they can use tweets with a length of 10,000 characters. The limit for regular users is 280 characters.

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In early July, Musk announced that Twitter was imposing temporary restrictions on viewing messages due to “extreme levels” of system manipulation.

Users with verified accounts can now read up to 10,000 posts per day, regular accounts up to 1000 posts, and new users with unverified accounts up to 500 posts per day. Initially, the restrictions were stricter, but then the service increased the limit.

It was previously reported that Musk, who acquired Twitter last year, became the platform’s leader in terms of the number of subscribers in the first half of 2023.

His post with the meme “People who have a Twitter account but never post anything” became the most popular this year. It received over 1.5 million likes and over 128,000 retweets in just under a month of posting on June 17.

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Secondly, a few months after buying the social network, Musk overtook the former leader in the number of subscribers on the platform, former US President Barack Obama.

At the moment, the billionaire has more than 145 million subscribers, compared to 132 million for Obama.


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