Twitter expands display name length

Twitter has expanded the length of user display names to 50 characters. The company’s move comes after it increased the maximum length of tweets to 280 characters. “Go ahead, add that middle name or even a few more emojis,” said Twitter.

The company provided a link[1] to its support page for users who want to change their display names.

Now read: Twitter stops “broken” verification tool[2]


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