Interim Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in July that the company was questioning its fundamentals "in order to make the product easier and more accessible to more people."
Apparently, that statement applied even to Twitter's 140-character limit, which, according to a new report by Re/code, is being rethought.
The company is developing a product that "would enable Twitter users to publish long-form content to the service," Re/code reported. It's not yet clear what that product might look like.
Offering a bit more detail, Re/code reporter Jason del Ray tweeted: "Not saying 140-character limit is kaput. Reporting that Twitter will let users display more content beyond that limit."
Twitter declined to comment.