Twitter has officially doubled its character limit, following a short test which showed longer tweets receive more engagement.
Twitter is testing a 280 character limit while suggesting that letting people say more will get them to tweet more.
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Twitter it rolling out some big changes to loosen its 140-character limits. Images, GIFs, videos, quotes, and retweets won’t count toward your tweet total.
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