Twitter officially drops 140-character limit… for direct messages



Twitter users can officially send one another direct messages topping 140 characters starting Wednesday.

Twitter is phasing in the change across Android, iOS and web-based platforms on Wednesday, lasting over the next few weeks. Instead of 140 characters, the social network previously said in June the new character maximum would be 10,000

“You can now chat on (and on) in a single direct message, and likely still have some characters left over,” the company wrote in a blog post published Wednesday.

Direct Messages now go beyond 140 characters. Go long, express yourself, wax poetic:

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Source: Mashable Social Media

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