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A very useful feature is about to be launched on Twitter, which will automatically turn the tweet into a thread if it is a long tweet. Let us tell you that at the moment, Twitter allows tweets only in 280-characters, which makes it difficult for the users to write a long text. To eliminate this problem of users, the microblogging site is working on a solution to convert long text into threads. According to a tweet posted on Thursday by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, Twitter’s Composer will automatically break text into a thread when it exceeds the 280-character limit, TechCrunch reported.

Twitter will automatically convert long tweets into threads
According to the report, some people have recently complained about posting and reading threads with more than a few tweets — in focus was an 82-tweet-long thread on cryptocurrency exchange FTX. In response to these tweets, Musk said that the team is working on making thread writing easier. “The ability to do longer tweets is coming soon,” he tweeted.

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This isn’t the first time Musk has addressed the issue of posting long-form tweets. He previously said the social network was developing the ability to attach long-form text to Tweets, but it’s unclear whether this will be a separate feature from the new thread composer, the report said.

In 2017, users got the facility to write tweets in 280 characters.
Twitter launched 280 characters in November 2017 for all users in supported languages ​​including English. Through its acquisition of Threader last year, Twitter provided Twitter Blue subscribers with an easier way to read threads. But Musk hasn’t mentioned whether he’s changing the average user’s reading experience. While it is unclear when the new composer feature will be available, the report states that Twitter engineers are working on it.

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Twitter CEO Elon Musk said that the Twitter Blue subscription will resume on November 29, allowing users to pay $7.99 per month for the blue checkmark along with additional features.

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