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Twitter Has Built A Feature That Would Make Tweetstorms Easier To Deploy

Composing a Tweetstorm -- or a string of Tweets that expresses a larger idea and that circumvents Twitter’s 140-character limit -- can be a bit of a headache, given that users must type these messages out as replies to their own Tweets in real-time. But that could soon be a thing of the past, reports The Next Web, as Twitter is reportedly developing a feature that will let users draft a Tweetstorm in its entirety before pushing send, whereupon the messages would publish as a seamless thread.
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