Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, has said that the number of characters to tweet on Twitter will be increased from 280 words to 10,000 characters.
The Twitter handle The Prime Egan tagged Elon Musk and asked, ‘The developer community and I wanted to ask if you could add code blocks to tweets.
In response to which Musk said, ‘We are expanding the detail tweets to 10,000 characters very soon.
According to Hindustan Times, in this tweet, Elon Musk did not say that this new feature will be available only to “Twitter Blue” users or all users will be able to benefit from this facility.
This announcement by Musk has been made a month after giving access to 4,000 characters to the users of “Twitter Blue” in America.
Last month, the character count was changed for the second time in Twitter’s history.
Earlier in 2017, the microblogging website increased the character limit from 140 to 280.
According to a report by Forbes, Musk believes that generating profit from subscriptions is the only way for Twitter to survive financially for a long time.
However, as of mid-January, Twitter Blue had only around 180,000 subscribers, accounting for 0.2% of its monthly active users.
Keep in mind that since SpaceX CEO Elon Musk bought Twitter, the platform has seen many changes.
Elon Musk introduced gold and silver badges on Twitter, along with Twitter Blue for $8, in addition to restoring controversial blocked accounts to the website.