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Twitter is really into users having the ability to say as much as they want on the social platform these days.

A little more than a month after bumping the longstanding 140-character limit for a more robust 280 characters, the company announced a tweak Tuesday to what it calls “threading,” when users stitch together a collective thought stream via individual posts — like so.

By adding a plus button to the area where a tweet is composed, users will be able to connect a stream of tweets and publish them all at the same time. Additional tweets can be added to the published thread (or tweetstorm) via a new “Add another tweet” button.

Twitter also said in a blog post that it will be easier to spot a thread thanks to a “Show this thread” label.

The updates will come to everyone on iOS, Android, and Twitter.com in the coming weeks.

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