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  • Do users have more to say, or just more room to say it in?
  • Do users have more to say, or just more room to say it in?
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What 280 characters could mean for Twitter's future

For all the Latin alphabet’s strengths, it’s not nearly as succinct as scripts like Japanese – and Twitter has taken note by doubling its 140-character limit to encourage people to speak up more. We reached out to our expert network to understand how the change could impact users and brands.

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