Twitter owner, Elon Musk has confirmed plans to launch a feature that would allow Tweeps publish long-form content on the platform.
The Billionaire owner confirmed this in a tweet on Tuesday.
The firm stated at the time that Twitter Notes allowed rich formatting and uploaded media, including the capability to incorporate pictures, videos, GIFs, and even tweets.
After they were finished, authors could tweet out their Notes to their followers, who could then like, bookmark, retweet, or share them in DMs, just like they could with regular tweets.
According to Musk, the Twitter Notes project had recently been rebranded as “Articles.”
Musk withheld all further information regarding the company’s plans for Notes, or Articles as it may now be termed, including when users would have access to the feature or when it would be live to the whole public.