Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced on Sunday that the microblogging network was working on an update that will include a slew of new capabilities. Later this month, the billionaire stated, the business will release a new upgrade allowing users to respond to individual direct messages (DM) using any reaction emoji and encryption on the site.
Users’ response to the news
Several users immediately responded to Musk’s announcement on Twitter. “Excellent changes that will improve the flow of conversations. I’m especially looking forward to the range of reply emojis… it’s the simple things, you know? “A user added a comment.
“Excellent. Chat encryption is extremely important, “explained another user.
Long-Form tweets are coming soon
Twitter CEO Elon Musk said that Twitter will soon expand long-form tweets to 10,000 characters. The 51-year-old was responding to a YouTuber who had contacted Musk about adding code blocks to tweets.
Code blocks in tweets
“The dev community and I were wondering if you could add code blocks to tweets?” YouTuberA@ThePrimeagen, who posts coding-related videos, asked. Musk responded: “As an addendum? How many characters are there? We will shortly increase the limit for long-form tweets to 10,000 characters.”