User can now share essay-like write-ups as a link both on and off the social media platform, it said. (REUTERS)

Twitter says performance is a feature of a long text called Notes; check out the details here

Twitter Inc. said on June 22 that it was testing a new feature called “Notes” that would allow users to write longer on the platform.

The user can now share article-like writing as a link inside and outside the social media platform, he said.

Twitter shared how the feature will work on two different GIFs in its area.

The company also said that the news company Revue, which bought it last year, will now be part of the Twitter Write and “Notes” feature.

Currently, the long form factor is being tested by a small group of writers. The company did not provide further details on its extensive release.

Users can click on the “Write” tab to start writing a note, and can embed a note in their tweet when done. Twiiter also shared tweets by authors who have already published Notes on the platform, which appear as a long form. posts that can contain tweets, videos, and photos mixed in.

The company currently has a limit of 280 characters on tweets, a feature it started testing almost five years ago.

Earlier on April 6, Twitter said it was working in such a way that users edited their 280-letter messages, which they called “the most requested feature for many years.”

He had said he would test the feature in his paid service, Twitter Blue, in the coming months.

He said the test would help him learn what works, what doesn’t work, and what can happen. So it may be a while before many Twitter users use it, if they can. Twitter spokeswoman Catherine Hill declined to say whether the editing feature could be released to all users.

Many Twitter users – among them, Kim Kardashian, Ice T, Katy Perry and the McDonald’s business account – have long been asking for a edit button.

The company itself had recently teased its users with an April Fool Day tweet saying we were working on a edit button. The official Twitter account said Tuesday that the April 1 tweet was not a joke and had been working on it since last year.

Twitter also said it did not receive a comment from a Twitter poll submitted by Tesla CEO Musk that saw more than four million people vote. Musk had asked fans if they wanted a edit button, which would end badly if yes and no as a continuation.

Musk also wrote on Twitter that he is looking forward to making significant progress on Twitter in the coming months.

The company is currently in the midst of a $ 44 billion acquisition by Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, according to Forbes magazine.


I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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