Twitter will probably be sticking with its notorious 140-personality limit on public posts. The corporate's CEO, Jack Dorsey, while requested in an interview if the limit used to be staying or if it is going to amendment, replied, "It's staying. It's a just right constraint for us and it lets in for of-the-second brevity."
Dorsey made the feedback on NBC's Today show to lend a hand have fun Twitter's tenth anniversary. He introduced that the corporate is "converting so much. We're all the time going to make Twitter higher".
Twitter lately raised the limit of characters in direct messages from 140 to 10,000, however a contemporary rumor claimed that the corporate used to be bearing in mind a plan to extend the limit of characters in public posts up to 10,000 as smartly. Dorsey's observation would appear to contradict the ones rumors.