Twitter is about to change forever on Monday. As of September 19, the social media company has decided to cut media attachments (images, GIFs, videos and polls) and quoted tweets from their 140-character count, which means tweets will be a lot longer.

The change was announced earlier this spring but will be implemented as of early next week. "This is the most notable change we’ve made in recent times around conversation in particular, and around giving people the full expressiveness of the 140 characters," CEO Jack Dorsey told The Verge in May. "I'm excited to see even more dialog because of this."