The beauty of TikToks is that they're usually never long enough to overstay their welcome, but a new report suggests the company behind the app is mulling a big change. Per a tweet shared by social media consultant and former Next Web journalist Matt Navarra , TikTok is beginning to offer some users the ability to upload videos as long as three minutes, up from the app's classic second limit. The language used in Navarra's image makes clear this change is still in the "early access" phase, so most users won't notice a difference unless they stumble upon a longer-than-usual video. That said, this slow rollout seems to have been happening for a few weeks, and a handful of users were quick to chronicle their discoveries on Twitter. So far, the near-universal reaction largely boils down to: "WTF? In doing so — and like it or not — those creators helped shape a new generation of visual communication.
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