Twitter will soon add a feature that allows users long text to tweets. The feature was created by Elon Musk, CEO and owner of the company. announced on saturday. Musk didn’t say when the job would be available, but he promised that it would end “absurdity” of notepad screenshots. Musk stated that the company will also be working on additional creator monetization and improvements to the platform’s search functionality. “Searching in Twitter reminds me of Infoseek back when it was ’98!” It would also improve pronto greatly.” he wrote.
Musk’s announcement was followed by many others. NBC News Reporter Ben CollinsHe was quick to point that Twitter was testing the text sharing feature before Musk’s acquisition. “He takes credit here for a range of activities that some employees did prior to being laid off,” he stated. Jane Manchun Wong is a popular app developer who discovered evidence that Twitter was working at the start of the year. Articles feature. To post longer messages.
Twitter began putting in place some infrastructure on Saturday. Twitter Blue subscription renewal. The $8 per month fee will enable users to verify their account, access a few more features, such as the ability post longer videos and to see fewer ads. Musk promised that Twitter would support creators. He has not shared any details about how the company plans on doing so. A number of well-known users have left Twitter since Musk took over the company. nipoleonHe is also the owner of one the most popular gaming news accounts.
Update at 7:25 PM ETMusk’s announcement will now have historical context
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