Jack Dorsey decided it .. the number of tweets characters will remain 140 characters




CEO said Twitter Jack Dorsey said Friday that the 140 characters , which is the maximum length of the tweets ” here to stay”, thereby putting an end to speculation that the micro – blogging site may abandon what is one of the most prominent features to raise the limit to 10,000 characters.

He said co-founder of Twitter my classes, which actively seeks to revive its growth, in an interview with the Today Show program on the channel, “NBC,” NBC, saying the US “It lingers. We are forced on a good thing for us and is allowed by outlining the moment. ”

The site “Rakod” Recode on technical affairs has reported last January that Twitter is working on building a new feature that could allow elevation of maximum Tweets to 10,000 characters.

For its part, Twitter has refused to respond to the report at the time, but Dorsey publish tweets on the site on the same day in which he said that the company noticed that users resort to the publication of photographs for long texts as a way to circumvent the limit of 140 characters.

It is noteworthy that Twitter, which has more than 300 million active users per month, passed in 2015, the slowest rate of growth, superior service to share photos Anstagram, owned by Facebook, and that the number of users exceeded 400 million last year.

The Jack my classes has worked to bring about some of the root on Twitter changes since he returned to take over as CEO permanently in October / October last, it launched the “moments” Moments, which allows users to find tweets on the most prominent news of the day, as the feature change an icon “favorites” from the star to the heart.

The latest changes, was that Twitter recently began activating algorithm display tweets in order of importance and not the chronological order of all users across the social network, after about a few weeks of advertised.


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