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If you're trying to format times for tweets like the way Twitter does, you can use the moment.twitter plugin by @hijonathan.

It's a simple way to display both short and long versions of human-readable timestamps.

moment().subtract(5, 'hours').twitterLong();
// 5 hours

Yes, it does smart pluralization.

moment().subtract(1, 'hour').twitterLong();
// 1 hour

Not short enough for you?

moment().subtract(6, 'days').twitterShort();
// 6d

If you're trying to format times for tweets like the way Twitter does, you can use the moment.twitter plugin by @hijonathan.

It's a simple way to display both short and long versions of human-readable timestamps.

moment().subtract(5, 'hours').twitterLong();
// 5 hours

Yes, it does smart pluralization.

moment().subtract(1, 'hour').twitterLong();
// 1 hour

Not short enough for you?

moment().subtract(6, 'days').twitterShort();
// 6d