Twitter officially launches “Notes” feature for long stories

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Twitter announced today it launches Notes, a way to write and post long content on the platform. The official announcement came a day after TechCrunch reported that feature will be launched soon. A small group of writers in the United States, Canada, Ghana and the United Kingdom have access to Notes as part of the initial testing phase.

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Twitter reports that Notes can be read on Twitter and beyond by people in most countries. Users who participate in the testing phase will have access to a new “Write” tab where they write and access all of their notes. These users will also have a new Notes tab in their profile that stores their published work.

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The new feature will allow users to create articles using advanced formatting and uploaded media, which can then be posted to Twitter and shared with followers once published. Like tweets, Notes will have their own link and can be tweeted, retweeted, DMed, liked and bookmarked.

Twitter Notes could change how some people use the social media platform to share their deeper thoughts and ideas. The new feature can be especially useful for those users who do not often publish long articles and do not want to create and maintain their own blog or website. This feature also marks one of the most significant changes to Twitter since doubling the number of characters 140 to 280 characters.

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The new feature will eliminate situations where it can be difficult to keep track of topics by allowing users to put all the text in a note. This feature will also solve the situation where users had to post screenshots of their Notes app in order to tweet most of the text. The new Notes feature should solve both of these problems.

The introduction of Twitter Notes could create some competition for long blogging platforms like WordPress or Medium. developed by Twitter co-founder Evan Williams.

Twitter also announced that it is launching a new Twitter Write team dedicated to creating tools for readers. The team will focus on improving the Twitter experience for writers. The social media giant notes that its definition of writers includes journalists, bloggers, newsletter publishers, comedians, content creators, social media community managers, poets, screenwriters, and more.




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