Twitter has finally dropped its 140 character limit – sort of.
The company has announced that it will completely change how the tweets’ limits work. Images and other media that are included in them will no longer count towards the limit – but the 140-character restriction will stay, at least for now.
All attached media – which includes polls and videos, as well as pictures – won’t count in the limit. The idea is that users will be able to “say more about what’s happening”, Twitter said, by allowing people to include an image in their tweet and still say 140-character’s worth of things.
Now, can we get the “edit” button?