Twitter stops counting @ Replies towards its 140 characters on web and mobile – TechCrunch


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Nearly a year ago, Twitter announced it would begin distancing itself from the requirement that all tweets could only contain 140 characters by no longer counting some things – like media attachments or @ replies towards the character count. However …
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