Good idea, and thanks. Just bear in mind that those who do Twitter threads:
- may want to start or end a given tweet with '...' or '1/10' or '1/x' to indicate that something further is happening
- prefer not to end a tweet mid-word, but rather in a place which beckons the reader on to the next tweet.
So there needs, I think, to be the possibility of the writer choosing where and how to break to the next chunk of writing. Automating it too much is unlikely to give adequate flexibility.https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1348964732104007680.html
is probably the biggest Twitter thread out there, currently, and I note that a writer:
- may start his tweet with numerals, or put them at the end of each tweet. or three dots, etc
- may want to use Twitter emojis.https://getchirrapp.com/
has tried to enable the creation of Twitter feeds, but somehow I have never got on with it.
Thanks for responding!