Twitter is reportedly planning to give users more leeway to compose tweets by removing links and photos from the 140-character limit.
According to the report, the change will take place soon – perhaps within the next two weeks – freeing up users to spend all 140 characters on text and emoji.
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Returning Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is known to be pondering ways to allow users to be more expressive.
However, rumours the 140-character limit was destined for the scrapheap did not go over well with the company’s near-300 million users.
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