Twitter Notes – a feature that allows users to post long-term content on the platform – is being tested and launched in the coming weeks, according to a report. The reported development was formerly known as Twitter Articles. This will allow users to express their ideas in detail and share in-depth thoughts about the platform. However, Twitter already has features, including the ability to create threads to go beyond the given word limit with tweets and write longer content on the platform.

Prior to public release, the Twitter Notes feature is tested with selected users, TechCrunch reports. It was first spotted in February as a Twitter article by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong.

The feature will allow users to write in-depth posts on the platform, which can be saved as a draft or shared with the public.

Application researcher Nima Ouji shared several screenshots in April, suggesting that users will be given the option to share their posts in long form with followers or create links to them to share online.

Twitter declined to comment, although the company told TechCrunch it would share updates on the feature soon.

In 2017, Twitter doubled its tweet word limit on its platform to 280 characters from the previous 140. Then, the company also introduced threads into the platform to allow its users to share thoughts longer than the given 280-character limit.

However, these moves have not yet helped people who want to share detailed content on the platform. Some users have overcome the limitation – to some extent – by sharing their notes from a third-party application in the form of screenshots.

Twitter can reach out to these users by introducing Notes as an integrated feature in the future.

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