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Report: Twitter Working on Long-Form Content Support Known as Twitter Notes

Twitter Notes will allow users to publish long-form content and tweet it to followers in a single document.


Big changes are afoot at . Much of the news focuses on Elon Musk's closer by the day $44 billion acquisition of the company, and the open platform he claims he will create. However, on the technical side, major changes are also happening. For example, Twitter is reportedly working on introducing long-form content called Twitter Notes.

This report comes the same week it emerged Twitter could give tweet authors the power to review/edit controversial/offensive language from replies.

In terms of Twitter Notes, the feature will bring arguably the biggest change to the platform in years. After all, Twitter is a micro-blogging network famous for its short-form posting. In fact, it is what separates the company from any other information platform.

Back in 2017 when the company increased the character limit of Tweets from 140 to 280, there were shockwaves. Some loved it and others hated it.


Well, it seems Twitter is now ready to go a step further. Twitter Notes will allow users to write long-form content such as articles, essays, reviews, or just nonsense (most likely this). Once the note is published, it can then be tweeted and shared as a link. Readers can click the link to expand the content into a single note.

Twitter has not said anything official about the new feature, but it is thought to be launching soon. On the surface, Twitter Notes could be the end of the Thread feature that made its debut in 2017. Threads allow users to link tweets together if they have content that is longer than the 280-character limit.

While the Twitter Notes feature will expand the capabilities of the platform, it may also devalue it from its core purpose. Let us know what you think about this feature, is it a yay or a nay?

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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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