GREAT! Elon Musk Was Given a ‘BREAK BREAK’ By Mark Zuckerberg, Threads is Ready to Become a Twitter Competitive Application

0 – Let’s do this. Welcome to Threads,” wrote Meta Executive Director and Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, with a fire emoji in his first upload.

Mark Zuckerberg dealt a crushing blow to Elon Musk by launching the Instagram Threads platform which is similar to Musk’s Twitter.

The launch of Threads comes at a time when the public is annoyed with Twitter, which limits the number of tweets that can be read in a day.

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Only those who subscribe have the right to read more tweets.

Text-based threads such as Twitter were immediately active on the Apple and Android operating systems and the initial active accounts were celebrities Shakira and Jack Black. There are also media such as Vice, Netflix, and The Hollywood Reporter.

The accounts of users who have joined Threads have been buzzing as soon as it was launched and posting satirical and mocking comments on Elon Musk and his Twitter.

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After downloading Threads, the registration process is very easy because it is linked to an Instagram account.

No need to fill in data from the start. Like Instagram, Threads can also upload videos.

There are buttons to like, re-upload, or quote Threads, and a counter showing the number of “likes” and replies the post has received.

Posts are limited to 500 characters, over Twitter’s 280 character threshold.

And can include links, photos, and videos up to five minutes long. The difference is, Threads cannot send direct messages or DMs.

“Our vision is that Threads will be a new application that is more focused on text and dialogue, following what Instagram has done for photos and videos,” said Meta.

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