280 Character Tweets Are Now Available to All Users, but That's Not the Feature Most People Want
Earlier this year, Twitter announced that they would be introducing a new feature that would allow users to write Tweets that are up to 280 characters instead of 140.
Doubling the number of characters sparked some reactions on the platform: the platform was built on the concept of brevity, and increasing the number of characters would change the way people compose and react to Tweets.
Despite the uncertainty from the public, Twitter has officially rolled out the feature for all users, and it didn't take long for people to express what they really want: an edit button.
From concerns about Trump's ability to write longer Tweets to proving why 280 characters is so unnecessary, here's what people are saying.