Username, Media, and GIFs No Longer Counts Towards 140 Character Limit On Twitter

Twitter which dominates as one of the most popular platforms for businesses, bloggers, celebrities, artist, and organization rolled out a few improvements to their social network.

 Earlier last week, it was reported by Verge that twitter will be making some changes as regards to the 140 Character limit on Media, GIFs, Username. Presently it has turned a reality since Twitter Officially announced this via Twitter that this change has already been implemented and  the rollout has begun.

Now, @Usernames, photos, polls, vines, videos and quoted tweets will no longer count against the 140 character limit. Clients now have a little work to do when communicating  with other individuals. Although Twitter did not say anything about links for now.

For the time being, the update is still rolling out for those that haven't noticed this update.

Whats your take on this?

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