TwitterPopular online social network service Twitter has announced to remove the limit of 140 characters from Direct Messages. It was announced yesterday by the official of the Twitter, Sachin Agarwal on social media that the social network is increasing the limit of Direct Messages from 140 characters to 10,000 characters. Sachin Agarwal has announced the news for all the developers that they have been working for the changes from the last one year and now they are able to announce that the new changes will be occur on Twitter in July.

“We’ve done a lot to improve Direct Messages over the past year and have much more exciting work on the horizon”, said Twitter’s official Sachin Agarwal.

Sachin Agarwal has also suggested the developers to test the changes which would occur on Twitter in advance, that are given below:

  • Review the new API additions below.
  • Update the GET requests to receive the full length of DM text.
  • Adjust app UI to accommodate longer DM text.

However Tweets will be remained constricted to 140 characters as they are today and no changes have been made in this regards. Exact date for this change have not been announced yet but it would be in the month of July.