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Twitter’s New Tweaks Make The 140-Character Limit Less Limiting

At long last, Twitter is eliminating a bunch of things that got in the way of expressing yourself in the space it supposedly gave you.

In a move that people have suggested for years—and that Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier got wind of last week—Twitter is about to open up some elbow room in its 140-character limit. The service is going to stop including photos, videos, GIFs, polls, and quote tweets and its count, as well as @names in replies, leaving more space for words. (Links will still count against the total.)

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