Twitter Now Extends Video Length To 140 Seconds

Twitter, in a bid to improve users' experience, now allows0 you to share videos up to 140 seconds long. Previous video uploads were limited to about 30 seconds, but Twitter has now extended the video length. Twitter has been rolling out more features to the platform. And now, they on a never-ending quest to make videos more attractive.

On Tuesday, the San Francisco-based social network said that users will be able share longer videos as well as see longer-form videos on Vine, its short-looping video service. Some
video creators will also be able to add a video to their Vine, transforming their six-second video "into a trailer for a bigger story."

The updates were made as Twitter is under pressure from the likes of Snapchat who now has 10 million more daily users than twitter, also from Facebook's popular Live video which has become a big hit with celebrities... etc.

Twitter is making it easier for its users to create longer videos and to track who's watching them. Also, Twitter announced a new app, Engage, that will provide users an easier way to monitor engagement and provide down- to-the-second analytics on how their tweets are doing.