FILE PHOTO -  People holding mobile phones are silhouetted against a backdrop projected with the Twitter logo in this illustration picture taken in  Warsaw September 27, 2013.   REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/File Photo

Twitter rolled out its new 280 character limit for tweets on Tuesday, to both the concern and delight of many.

The platform first began testing the extended tweet lengths with a select group of users in late September, a controversial announcement that caused some to question the platform’s priorities and others, desiring to be included in the test, to turn to unofficial workarounds to gain access to longer tweets.

But with the changes officially rolling out to all Twitter users in the US on Tuesday, people quickly took to the platform to test out the increased space in creative ways.

Here, we’ve rounded up some of their best efforts:

Some felt that the new character limit had given them more than they had bargained for:

All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button
All we wanted was an edit button#280characters

— SEMPER FIDELIS (@Sushimibelle) November 8, 2017

“Law and Order” used the space to quote some of the most important lines ever uttered on screen:

In the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. In New York City, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Special Victims Unit. These are their stories. *DUN DUN*

— Law and Order: SVU (@nbcsvu) November 7, 2017

The NBA hoped that the extra characters would lend a touch of eloquence to any future sports complaints: