Twitter to remove 140 character limit on Direct Messages

Good news for people like me who want a bit more space to express themselves than 140 characters (though admittedly not always much more). In its developer forum, the social media network has confirmed that it will no longer require Direct Messages to be in 140 characters and under.

The DM update is scheduled to arrive some time in July, and should prove useful for when you’re privately chatting with other Twitter users, or talking to customer service accounts and need more characters to explain your point.

However, the update will not affect regular tweets, which will remain under the 140 character constraint.

Chris Price

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30 September 2015 | 10:17 am –


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