Twitter lifts 140-character limit from Direct Messages

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Twitter has reportedly lifted the classic 140-character limit from its Direct Messages feature as part of an ongoing drive to overhaul the service.

Starting in July, messages onTwitter will run as long as the user likes, turning the service into much more of a typicalinstant message and group chat service, reported The Verge.

The move is being dubbed as ‘sensible’ because the 140-character limit on messages was seen as a nuisance as they were meant to be private and not the same type of quick info byte as a tweet.

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