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Twitter offers tweets of 10,000 characters, in bold or italic, with Blue

Twitter offers tweets of 10,000 characters, in bold or italic, with Blue

Twitter has decided to enrich its paid Blue subscription and announces the implementation of tweets that can contain 10,000 characters. It was 4,000 since February. For free users, we stay on 280 characters.

The jump to 10,000 characters for long tweets isn’t the only change. Indeed, subscribers can now have formatting, by putting their text in bold or italic.

It is through a tweet that Twitter announces the new limit and formatting:

We’re making improvements to the writing and reading experience on Twitter! Starting today, Twitter supports tweets up to 10,000 characters in length, with bold and italic text formatting.

Sign up for Twitter Blue to access these new features, and request to activate subscriptions on your account to earn money directly on Twitter. Click on “Monetization” in the settings to sign up today.

Although a 10,000 character limit seems excessive for most casual users, Twitter has probably implemented this option for people looking to make money from their posts. The company has just rebranded Super Follows as “Subscriptions,” allowing users to charge a few dollars a month for exclusive content. Twitter also promised not to take anything from their earnings for the next 12 months.

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