#Twitter has now upped the duration limit for videos that you upload on its apps. While the previous limit was 30 seconds, customers can now upload videos of up to 140 seconds in length. The company made the official announcement through a blog post and a customary tweet.
What’s more is that videos in full-screen mode will soon show a list along with recommended videos, thus increasing discovery of other videos. Of course, there will be filtering of videos done to avoid sensitive material from being posted on Twitter. The company has also mentioned that these changes will also reflect on Vine very soon, although the company failed to give a timeline on this particular update.
These are crucial and much-needed additions for Twitter in the midst of dwindling users. Its key rival Facebook is seeing an increase in user count with each passing day. Do you welcome the site’s new feature? Sound off the comments section below.
Now, everyone can post videos up to 140 seconds long! We can’t wait to see the amazing videos you create and share.https://t.co/DFsuvnXkuL
— Twitter Video (@video) June 21, 2016
Source: Twitter Blog