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March 18, 2016
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has told The Today Show that the 140-character limit for tweets will remain. At least for now.
Twitter Opts to Keep 140-Character Limit in Tweets - For Now at Least | Social Media Today
January 05, 2016
Could Twitter be looking to extend tweets beyond 140 characters? According to reports, the change is in the works - so what would that mean for the future of the platform?
Longer Tweets Coming Soon? Twitter Looking 'Beyond 140' | Social Media Today
August 28, 2015
Reports are swirling that Twitter's traditional star icon for favorites will soon change to a heart. Is that a big deal? Does it matter either way? On closer inspection you might.
The Great Twitter Debate: Stars or Hearts to Show Your Appreciation?
August 14, 2015
Earlier this week, Twitter lifted its character limit on private messages - here are three ways your Twitter game will improve after the character limit lifts.
Twitter Drops 140-Character Limit from Direct Messages: 3 Benefits for Twitter Business Users | Social Media Today
August 07, 2014
Dick Costolo, Twitter’s CEO, acknowledged “there’s this big gap, no doubt about it, between awareness of Twitter and engaged on Twitter.”
April 23, 2012
Some could argue that Twitter doesn’t need to change or improve since people are changing they way they use the platform. Twitter isn’t just known as a place for “shoutout’s” or a status update anymore. If you didn’t know that Twitter is one of the world’s kingpins when it comes to search engines, you have been living under a rock. The search feature on Twitter has become what millions are using it for daily; the ability to Tweet is becoming secondary to some, while they comb through endless feeds of hyper-specific information. I’m all for using Twitter for search, and often do, but I might like to see some new features ever once in a while, just to keep it interesting.
January 12, 2012
There was a lot of excitement and blogging about #NewTwitter. Everyone who loves Twitter was excited about the prospect of a new layout, new features, well, a new Twitter. The only problem is, some things are not as easy to use as they were in the old version. In fact, some key features, no longer...