Type as much as your heart desires, without fear of rejection.
Remember all those times when you tried to cram a slew of thoughts into a 140 character tweet but your post didn’t fit? You don’t have to think back very far, right?
You no longer have to worry about counting characters with Everypost’s Twitter text shortener. Type as much as you want and still have the ability to post and have your audience read every single word.
Here’s how Everypost’s Twitter text shortener works on mobile:
1. Go to settings and scroll down to “Labs”, the third option on this list should be “Twitter Text Shortener.” Switch this option ON.
2. Go back to your post-composing screen by selecting “Done” in the top left corner.
When you select Twitter as one of the platforms to post to, you’ll see the number in the bar above the keyboard change to “0.”
Helpful Hint! If you see the number “0,” this means that the text shortener is ON. If you see the number “140,” this means the text shortener is OFF.
3. When the text shortener is ON, you’ll see the amount of characters count up from 0 to let you know how many characters were used. Compose your post and tap the blue slider at the top right-hand corner to publish your post, or schedule it for a later date.
4. And check out what you have created! Here’s what your post will look like on Twitter (screenshot on the top) with the accompanied link what your expanded post with more than 140 characters will look like (screenshot on the bottom):
Here’s how Everypost’s Twitter text shortener works on the web:
1. Click on settings on the top right hand corner.
2. Click on Twitter’s settings.
3. Switch on “Twitter Text Shortener.”
4. You’re all done, begin composing your extended posts!