Twitter’s long-form content tool, originally known as “Notes,” has undergone a rebranding and is now called “Twitter Articles.”
Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, highlighted that this feature allows users to publish lengthy and complex articles with mixed media, suggesting that it could even be used to publish a book.
Initially introduced when tweets were limited to 280 characters, “Twitter Notes” gained significance after Twitter expanded the character limit to 25,000 for its Blue subscribers.
This revamp positions the feature for a broader set of potential capabilities.
While specific details about “Twitter Articles” are yet to be officially disclosed, Elon Musk’s tweet sheds light on its potential for publishing comprehensive content.
Originally planned for release in select countries, such as the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Ghana, the rebranded tool may now have wider accessibility, possibly even reaching all users or Blue subscribers.
With Elon Musk at the helm, Twitter’s next moves remain unpredictable, making anything possible.