Twitter users starting today will be getting up to 140-second videos to everyone on the service.
The same applies to those who want to create vines.
The six-second limit has been exceeded with a new Beyond the Vine feature that allows the shorter clips to serve as trailers for a longer, two-minute video.
However, select Twitter publishers can actually have up to 10-minute videos, and the longer video clips come with their very own fullscreen viewing mode.
Now, everyone can post videos up to 140 seconds long! We can’t wait to see the amazing videos you create and share.https://t.co/DFsuvnXkuL
— Twitter Video (@video) 21 June 2016
The Vine standalone app will also offer some content creators the ability to link their traditional six-second clips to longer videos with a “Watch more” button in the lower right corner.
The company has revealed that it will be expanding the monetization options they rolled out through Open Amplify last year.