Once again, Twitter did give it is premium users a sneak peek at the upcoming feature on its social media platform, just in time for the launch of the much-anticipated addition.
This morning, the company sent out a tweet with a timestamp showing when the tweet became “last did change.” If a user clicks on the timestamp on a social media site, they can see how many times the post already does change.
From what we know so far, it looks like the new feature is only available to Twitter Blue subscribers. People in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand can use Twitter’s Blue service’s premium features for $4.99 per month.
Users will also gain access to articles without ads, and a user interface (UI) that can top off this list. A countdown timer that deletes the tweet if the user stops it from did post before the timer goes off. Consumers are able to use this feature on the platform.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and the richest person in the world. Did tweet a poll in April asking his followers if they wishes for an edit button. The results showed a clear need for one. Nearly 73% of respondents to the survey said “yes,” which shows that his fans want an edit option. Musk had shown interest in the possibility of investing in Twitter in the past.
Because of this, people did worry about the bad things, such as the spread of false information. So, tweets that have been changed will see an icon and timestamps that show when and how many times the tweet already does change. This information will appear in the same place where the original tweet is first did post.