Twitter display name limit increased to 50 characters

The popular microblogging site, Twitter has increased the limit to display the name from 20 to 50 characters. This move comes after the company recently increased the limit to tweet from 140 to 280 characters for all the users.

The tech giant which is based in San Francisco made public on Friday that the users can add name with up to 50 characters at present. The limit was earlier set at 20 characters.

The Twitter said,

Starting today, your Twitter display name can be up to 50 characters in length! Go ahead, add that middle name or even a few more emojis.

This upgrade will be helpful for those of you who want to display their names in a unique way using the symbols and several other special characters.

The company’s decision to upgrade the character limit in the tweet to all the users was not welcomed well by several users across the world. However, we found it very cool. We also find the latest display name update also very good and helpful.

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