Notes on Twitter are expected to launch in the coming weeks as a way to share long-form content, according to reports

Notes on Twitter are expected to launch in the coming weeks as a way to share long-form content, acc ...

According to reports, a feature to allow users to publish long-form content on the platform has been in development and is launching in the coming weeks. It previously included Twitter Articles, which would allow users to express their thoughts in detail and share in-depth thoughts. However, Twitter already has capabilities to create threads that would go beyond the given word limit with tweets and longer content.

Before its public launch, the Twitter Notes feature is being investigated with select users, according to TechCrunch. It was initially discovered in February as Twitter Articles by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong.

Users would have the possibility to create detailed posts on the platform that may be shared as a draft or shared with the public.

Nima Owji, an app researcher, shared some screenshots in April that suggest users might have the option to share their long-form posts with their followers or to create links to them for sharing on the Internet.

Twitter has declined to comment on this issue, although the company told TechCrunch that it would shortly update the feature.

In 2017, Twitter raised the word limit per tweet on its platform to 280 characters from the previous 140. However, the company back then created threads on the platform to allow users to share their views longer than the given 280 characters limit.

Those actions have yet not helped anyone who are looking to share detailed information on the platform. Some users have overcome the disadvantage to some extent by sharing their notes from a third-party app in the form of screenshots.

In the near future, Twitter may reach those users by adopting Notes as an integrated feature.

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