Twitter now brings a new feature called the "Add another Tweet" - which as the name suggests will allow you to stitch together a Twitter thread in one single tweet.
Twitter account holders can also add tweets to their published thread by tapping on the new "Add another Tweet" button.
To create a new Thread, type your first tweet and then hit the plus button in the lower right-hand corner of the composer, which will bring up a new area within the composer where you'll have another 280 characters to write. Tweetstorms (long threads of multiple tweets) have always been apart of Twitter's DNA, allowing users to tell extended stories or go on rants.
Last month, Twitter increased the longstanding 140-character limit on messages to 280 characters.
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Twitter said the thread updates will be available to everyone on iOS, Android, and Twitter.com in the coming weeks. So, in case you haven't yet got the feature, ensure to update your Twitter app to the latest version.
The company is also responding to users' concerns that by making tweetstorms more accessible to people, the Twitter timeline will become cluttered with longer posts that slow down users' ability to quickly scan through posts, the way you can now.
Now, hundreds of thousands of threads are Tweeted every day! So users did what came naturally and linked dozens of tweets together by replying to themselves over and over. It's also hard to know sometimes when a given tweet is meant to stand on its own and when it's really just the introduction to a series that is meant to be consumed as a whole.
"This shows that more space makes it easier for people to fit thoughts in a Tweet, so they could say what they want to say, and send Tweets faster than before", Twitter said in a post at the time. The need for an official thread feature has been apparent for years: third-party developers have been building apps to thread tweets since at least 2008.