You'll be Able to do Slightly Longer Twitter Rants Later This Month

By Aatif Sulleyman on at

Easily offended people constantly on the lookout for things to whinge about online will be pleased to hear that, on September 19th, Twitter will make changes to how tweets work.

According to the Verge, quoted tweets and media attachments including images, GIFs, videos and polls will no longer eat into the site’s 140-character limit, allowing you to be a bit more detailed with your grievances about sandwiches and trains and celebrities you hoped were dead because they said something not very nice.

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The report adds that usernames will no longer count when they're at the beginning of replies, which will come in handy when you’re stuck in the middle of an argument with somebody with a really long Twitter name. [Verge]