Twitter introduces more space in tweets

The short message service Twitter will henceforth allow its users a little more space in their tweets. Attachments such as photos or videos will no longer be counted in the 140-character limit, the US company tweeted.

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In the fierce battle for users, Twitter wants to give its customers a little more leeway. CEO Jack Dorsey recently announced that he wants to focus more on videos, among other things, in order to get his service out of the crisis. Ten years after its founding, Twitter is struggling with problems. The number of users is stuck at around 300 million and growing only slowly. Competitor Facebook, with more than 1.6 billion members, is also massively focusing on video and livestreaming, in which scenes are transmitted directly to the web. Twitter, in turn, had kicked off this trend with its livestreaming app Periscope. (SDA)

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