Twitter is finally about to upgrade their signature 140 character limit to make it more user friendly.
Starting from September 19th, the service will no longer count a number of items in the character limit, according to information from The Verge.
The changes will see media attachments – including images, GIFs, polls, videos and more – removed from the character limit.
This will allow users to post an image alongside a full 140 characters.
Usernames will also no longer count towards the limit, which Twitter says will make it easier to message many users at once without "penny-pinching your words."
The plans to loosen the character limit have been in the works since May, however when Twitter first announced the changes, the company didn't specify when they'd be implemented.