twitter logoWhile Twitter is allowing users to tweet out longer tweets by expanding the character limit, sometimes there are certain things you can’t say in 280-characters. This is where “tweetstorming” comes in, where basically users tweet out multiple tweets that when put together reads like a blog post of sorts.

However for the most part tweetstorming is an unofficial feature, although we heard a couple of months ago that Twitter was testing out a feature that made it official. The good news is that if you do send out tweetstorms every now and then, or would at least like the option to, Twitter seems to be rolling out the feature to its Android app.

Twitter has yet to officially announce the roll out, but a report from Android Police has revealed that the feature is being pushed out to some users already, so it is possible that it is being enabled server side and that users won’t have to do anything on their part. What this feature does is that it allows users to compose multiple tweets at once and queue them up in the correct order before posting.

If anything it just makes things a bit neater and more efficient, when in the past users had to compose these tweets individually. No word on whether it is being pushed out to iOS but for now it seems to be Android-only.

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