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Twitter has officially removed the 140 character limit from Direct Messages

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Twitter has officially removed the 140 character limit from Direct Messages

Two months into the declaration that it will eliminate the archaic 140-character limit from Direct Messages, Twitter these days officially made the move in the wish of taking over common wireless messaging systems like Facebook Messenger, Skype, iMessage and others.

As discussed above, Twitter had already stated in June that they might be making the amendment to its Direct Messages someday this summer time, with the unique timeline suggesting the amendment may arrive in July of this yr. Now, consistent with the unique record, the new character limit for DMs is 10,000 characters. That will have to make it so much more uncomplicated to make use of Twitter as a messaging platform for the ones varieties of messages. As it stands, the same old tweet is still locked at its 140 character limit.

The removing of the 140-character limit from Direct Messages will start rolling out these days throughout Twitter’s cellular apps for iOS and Android, the internet interface over at twitter.com and in apps like TweetDeck and Twitter for Mac. “Sending and receiving Direct Messages by the use of SMS will nonetheless be restricted,” Twitter suggested.

This calls for the up to date model of Twitter’s apps, so if you wish to ship longer DMs, you'll want to’re up to date.
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