ICC's Tweet is Winning Internet After Twitter Rolls Out 280-Character Limit

President Donald Trump has already gotten the hang of longer tweets

President Donald Trump has already gotten the hang of longer tweets

During Twitter's limited test of 280 character limits, it was found that users would tweet more than 140 characters when they needed to, but for the post part tweets remained brief. As of yesterday, everyone has it.

Micro-blogging service Twitter has more than doubled the display name character count to 50.

English, on the other hand, does lend itself to crammed tweets with 9% of English tweets hitting the previous 140 character limit.

The Yankees aren't unsure about how to use the extra space.

"I will NEVER use 280 characters nor will I favorite or retweet a tweet with them".

Twitter announced that they had begun testing the increase of limit across most languages in September 2017, then finally announced through their own platform that the change has been made permanent.

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It's no secret that the Sri Lankan players have longest names in cricket world and looks like ICC will be happy to use full names!

Twitter stated in the original announcement that the new character limit stemmed from tweeters being unequally penalized depending on which language he or she tweeted.

According to Twitter's data, just 5% of tweets were longer than 140 characters, and 2% were over 190 characters. There were lots of amusing and serious debates going on Twitter regarding its new character limit.

Since Twitter has such a large number of more profound issues, it's getting a considerable measure of fire for presenting features that appear to be inconsequential in comparison.

People can now add their middle name or emojis to go along with it.

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