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X introduces "Articles," a feature for Premium+ subscribers, enabling long-form posts with text formatting, videos, images, and links, expanding publishing capabilities

X has unveiled a new feature named Articles, designed to facilitate long-form posts with text formatting, embedded videos, images, and links, resembling the format of articles on platforms like WordPress or Medium. Exclusive to Premium+ subscribers and verified organizations, Articles expands on the previous long post limit of 25,000 characters for paying users, now allowing up to 100,000 characters, as reported by Engadget.

Chris Bakke's announcement of Articles highlights additional features such as bulleted lists and hyperlinked text, drawing attention to the acquisition of his company, Laskie, by X last year. 

Although Twitter had introduced Notes as a long-form publishing medium in 2022, the project was put on hold and ad-free articles were discontinued after Elon Musk assumed leadership. Nevertheless, Musk expressed the company's commitment to long-form content creation, indicating plans to enable creators to publish extensive articles with mixed media, akin to publishing a book directly on the platform.


Musk's encouragement for prominent figures like MrBeast and Tucker Carlson to utilize X as a direct posting platform has been longstanding. With the introduction of Articles, X aims to appeal to writers interested in sharing their content directly on the platform, enhancing its appeal as a versatile publishing platform for creators.

X has unveiled a new feature named Articles, designed to facilitate long-form posts with text formatting
X has unveiled a new feature named Articles, designed to facilitate long-form posts with text formatting
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