Twitter has over the recent years been slowing morphing into a social network that actually meets the demands of modern social media users. Though it stuck to its guns longer than most would have anticipated, current users have tons of words, pictures, videos, and GIFs to share with rest of the world. How do you expect them to do all of that under 140 characters?
Sure, it made Twitter unique, and probably continues to do so, but some things had to give way. First, it was the pictures, and now usernames in replies. These are all the things that counted as part of the 140 characters limits that Twitter, Twitter and different from Facebook, SnapChat and the rest.
It was constantly limiting tweeps; especially when you felt the itch to give the world, your two-cents take on a pressing issue. Twitter forced you to take your time and put your message across in the shortest most comprehensible form possible. It still continues to do so, but albeit with less firmer hands.
Twitter has launched a new way of replying to tweets
The company has been testing new ways how …read more