Elon Musk is doing everything he can to woo Twitter Blue users with the subscription plan. For a long, Twitter users have complained about not having much room to write. However, Twitter Blue subscribers can convert their posts into blogs with a word limit of 10,000.
Currently, there is a 280-word limit on Twitter. The company has now further increased this character limit for Twitter Blue users. Let us know in detail that this new feature has been received by these users and how they can use it.
We’re making improvements to the writing and reading experience on Twitter! Starting today, Twitter now supports Tweets up to 10,000 characters in length, with bold and italic text formatting.
Sign up for Twitter Blue to access these new features, and apply to enable…
— Twitter Write (@TwitterWrite) April 14, 2023
Now you can tweet up to 10 thousand words limit
Twitter confirmed that the word limit for a tweet for Twitter Blue users is now 10,000 characters. The company further said that users will also be able to customize the style of the test using bold and italic formatting. Twitter Write tweeted that we are improving the writing and reading experience on Twitter.
Starting today, Twitter now supports tweets up to 10,000 characters in length, with bold and italic text formatting. To use these new features, the user will have to subscribe to Twitter Blue.
Benefits of Twitter Blue subscription
Any user subscribed to Twitter can put the iconic blue ‘verification’ checkmark next to their name. However, to get this verification badge, the user has to first verify his phone number and go through the verification process.
In addition, Blue subscribers will see a 50% reduction in ads on their Twitter feed. Another advantage of the subscription is the ability to post longer videos up to 1 hour long. Users will have the option to edit or undo their tweets up to 5 times within a time limit of 30 minutes. The service is available in over 20 countries.