Twitter has made changes to its paid plan, allowing subscribers to upload two-hour-long videos, expanding the previous 60-minute limit.
Twitter owner, Elon Musk, made the announcement via a post on his Twitter handle, on Thursday.
Musk also said the video file size limit for paid users is now increased from 2GB to 8GB.
While earlier longer video upload was only possible from the web, now it’s also possible through the iOS app. Despite these changes, the maximum quality for upload still remains 1080p.
Under Musk, the social network started making moves to facilitate lengthy video uploads and consumption. The company launched the long video upload feature last December and recently added new playback speed controls on the web as well.
Musk has expressed his desire to build an “everything app” out of Twitter and compete with platforms like YouTube. For that, he has rolled out many creator-focused tools, including raising the character limit to 10,000 for paid users, introducing support for text formatting and relaunching Super Follows as Subscriptions.