Elon Musk has made many changes to Twitter since taking over the company. He decided to attract more users to Twitter and thereby generate more income.
As part of that plan, Twitter’s Blue tick affair sprung up. It has been announced that those who want a blue tick on Twitter will have to pay 650 to 900 rupees per month. This created a debate among many.
In addition, in March of this year, Elon announced that Twitter users will now be able to tweet up to 10,000 characters.
But when this new feature will roll out, whether it will be applicable to Twitter’s general users as well or only to Blue Tick users, remains in question.
In this case, it has been announced that users can now tweet up to 10,000 characters as part of the BlueTick subscription. This feature is only available for paid users.
Apart from this, users can also use bold and italics to emphasise their comments.
“We’re improving the writing and reading experience on Twitter. Tweets up to 10,000 characters long can be posted on Twitter starting today in bold and italic format”, according to Twitter’s social media page posted on Friday.
In February, Twitter announced that BlueTick users could use up to 4,000 characters.
When Twitter was launched, only 140 characters were usable. Later, this number was increased to 280. Currently, BlueTick has announced that users can use up to 10,000 characters.
Netizens are commenting that whoever is going to type up to 10,000 characters, it is like saying “There is nothing; put it below”.