The changes that were originally announced in June 2016 are now rolling out to users around the world.
The best part of these changes is that it will free up some characters from the 140 limit. But there’s so much more they still need to fix.
Here are three simple fixes that would make the service a much better experience for both new and long-time users.
You’ve probably seen these short URLs all over the web, but did you know you can create and take advantage of them yourself… for free?
A retweet PLUS 140 characters to comment on it…? TweetDeck streams staying put…? Yes, please.
This post walks you step-by-step through the Twitter sign-up process so you can be up and tweeting in no time.
A look at the main pros and cons of Twitter, TweetDeck, and Hootsuite for working with Twitter on computers and mobile devices.
Learn what this ubiquitous symbol means and why it’s so popular.
Learn what MT and .@ mean in a tweet.