NO MORE 140-character limit

A fresh news for Twitter users! Recently, Twitter has confirmed plans to stop counting media attachments and @usernames (in replies) against a tweet’s 140-character limit. Links, however, will still count toward the limit. As long as the tweet is a reply, you can include as many usernames as you want without affecting the 140-character limit. And it doesn’t matter where the usernames appear in the tweet — they won’t count. So if you click reply to a tweet, then type your reply before the username, it still won’t count against the limit.

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What's like to use Facebook if are not able to see?

We think that the AAT is amazing!

We think that the AAT is amazing!

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Who are the Millennials?

Young people between 18 and 34 years old, digital natives who were born and raised with one or more devices within reach with expertise in managing social networks and influenced them.

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