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Twitter Blue Subscribers Can Now Make 4,000-Character Tweets

Under the leadership of Elon Musk, the social media platform has introduced its longest character limit ever, but only for paid subscribers.



twitter blue subscribers can now make 4000-character tweets

Twitter has added a new longer tweet feature, allowing paid subscribers to utilize 4,000 characters per post. If someone you follow uses the feature, your timeline will now display a “show more” button on their post to prevent the tweet from taking up an entire screen.

Currently, this new feature has a couple of limitations (aside from the fact you’ll need to pay for a Blue subscription to unlock it). If a tweet is longer than the standard 280 characters, it can’t be saved as a draft or scheduled for later. However, most other regular features should work as normal, including hashtags and pictures. In addition, non-Blue subscribers will still be able to interact with the posts as expected.

As well as writing 4,000-character Tweets, Twitter Blue subscribers will also be able to quote, retweet and reply with the same number of keystrokes, with the “show more” button hopefully preventing timelines from becoming clogged with multiple huge essays.

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Elon Musk has been promising to add longer tweets for some time, also mentioning that company developers were working on adding custom formatting to posts, including bolding words and changing font size.

Twitter’s current 280-character limit was set back in 2017, replacing the original 140-character posts that made the platform famous. So what exactly will a 4,000 character tweet look like on screen? Well, this article runs to 1,500 characters, so as you can imagine, there’s plenty of potential for some truly epic rants to be unleashed!


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Lebanese Newspaper Builds AI President To Beat Political Crisis

The move by media outlet AnNahar comes after 13 failed attempts by the Lebanese parliament to elect a new leader.



lebanese newspaper builds ai president to beat political crisis

In a world first, Lebanon’s AnNahar Newspaper has built an artificial intelligence model designed to carry out presidential duties for the politically troubled country. Lebanon has been without a sitting president for two years after thirteen failed attempts by the nation’s parliament to elect a suitable candidate.

The new AI President’s deep learning algorithm was fed over 90 years of impartial journalism from AnNahar’s archive stretching back to the 1930s. The AI leader analyzes not only historical data but also current events and is able to formulate solutions for all manner of political, legal, and governmental questions. By tapping into such a vast knowledge base, Lebanon’s AI President will have a deep understanding of the country’s past, as well as an unbiased take on the challenges the nation faces going forward.

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The new AI President was unveiled in a recent live broadcast. Nayla Tueni, editor-in-chief of AnNahar Newspaper conducted an interview with the digital leader, asking relevant questions about the current state of Lebanon, and how to fix the country’s difficult political situation. AnNahar has also converted its print newspaper to focus entirely on the new president’s guidance on issues spanning everything from the economy to sustainability and the environment.

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After the interview, Nayla Tueni commented: “As Lebanese people, and especially at AnNahar, we refuse to sit back and allow things to go on as they have. To not have a president for this long is unacceptable and has impacted the country negatively. If the parliament will not do its job to elect a president, then the people will bring to Lebanon a president”.

The AI President will soon be accessible to everyone at, Users will be able to ask questions in a similar manner to the likes of ChatGPT and Google Gemini. It is also understood that government officials will also use the tool to help devise new directives.

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