Already at the end of May, Twitter developers promised to change the principle of counting characters in tweets, removing content links and user mentions from the limit. Now they are counted in 140 characters, but according to sources from The Verge, innovations will be introduced next week, September 19. Twitter will allow you to add tweets photos, GIFs, videos and polls, without limiting the number of characters. When quoting messages, users will also have access to all 140 characters. Perhaps some functions will not appear in the service right away. In the spring, the social network allowed retweeting and quoting its own posts, but there is still no long-awaited opportunity to edit published tweets. Meanwhile, there were rumors that the board of directors of Twitter will consider the possibility of selling the company, as the new CEO Jack Dorsey could not get the service out of the crisis.