Apr, 2021 - By SMI
Twitter is making an “undo tweet” feature for its paid members which will allow them to remove twitter posts that includes a typo or other faults –but within a particular time.
The recent update might be the firm's reaction to the much-requested edit option, which it has yet to provide on the microblogging network. It can also arise as the main reason to convince customer to pay a monthly subscription fee to Twitter. Jane Manchun Wong, an engineer, wrote on twitter about the new function that appeared on a paid accounts. It basically lets people to change a recent tweet. It is different from the new delete function, which removes a particular tweet from the view of all the users. Users can quickly remove a post before it is delivered but for particular a set of time. Wong uploaded a screenshot of the new tweet function. It has still not yet introduced publically. She even suggested that these new function is only available to for the paid subscribers. As per the report of CNET, the company has announced that the function is being tested. It is still not confirmed yet whether the testing is restricted to a particular region.
Gadgets 360 has managed to reach out to Twitter for clarification on the situation. Wong uploaded a GIF on March 2021, which stated a 'Undo Send' timer for twitter posts which might start as soon as the user click the Tweet button and it would last for some seconds to allow users to remove the post. This new feature may be beneficial to those people who get irritated by typos in their posts. The new feature does not allow formatting, which has long been requested by people on twitter. Twitter has also thought of introducing new models such as Super Follows, which would allow people to receive a monthly subscription fee from their followers by sending them exclusive content or newsletters.
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