Sarah Frier from Bloomberg has reported that the social giant Twitter will no more incorporate web links or photographs in the 140-character boundary for tweets, now users can get more space to share their photos or web links with their friends and relatives.
It’s a stage in a bigger arrangement to give clients more adaptability on the site. CEO Jack Dorsey said in January that the organization was searching for better approaches to show content on Twitter, and would test in view of how individuals utilize the platform. For instance, some individuals tweet screenshots of longer content in articles or send numerous tweets in a steady progression to recount a story.
However, it may seem like a little change, yet for users of Twitter who have squandered a considerable measure of time altering their tweets just so they could incorporate a link or photograph, this is certain to be welcome news.
It’s nice to see Twitter trying new things, as the platform does not get the love it deserves, and hopefully with this change more people will appreciate the great features it offers.
The mentioned changes may appear on Twitter within a couple of weeks.
Twitter has denied making any remark about this.