Twitter Launches Twitter Thread – See How You Can Create Thread

Twitter has announced the launch of a new feature called
twitter thread. 
A Twitter thread is a string of tweets sent as a reply to
each other. This method was invented by users as a way to link all the tweets
within a topic together and make it easy to read them all in one place. Opening
any of the tweets in the thread would let you see the previous and subsequent
tweets in the thread.

Each line represents one tweet, with a character limit of
280 as per usual. You can also add the same amount of media – like GIFs,
images, videos, and more – to any individual tweet in the thread, as you could
on Twitter directly.
twitter thread
Users will be able to tap a button while writing their tweet
and link a second tweet to it and so forth. Once you are done, you can hit
‘Tweet all’ and the entire thread will be posted at once. If you feel like
adding to the thread later, you can tap the new ‘Add another tweet’ button. 
How to Create a Twitter Thread
1. Compose the first tweet the way you would compose a
normal tweet
2. Tap the plus button to add the next tweet to your thread
3. Repeat the second step to add as many tweet to your
thread as possible
4. Once you are done, hit the publish button
How to Identify a Twitter Thread
Threads will have a ‘Show this thread’ label and tapping it
will open the entire thread.
Finally, Twitter says there’s currently a limit of 25
entries in a thread, but that number may be subject to change depending on how
the feature is adopted by the wider user base.
This features will be rolling out to iOS, Android and web in
the coming weeks.
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