After announcing monetization of the “blue ticks”, new Twitter chief Elon Musk is ready to make another important change, as Twitter is said to see another major change in products. Twitter user.
The report also adds that the option to edit tweets will be available to all users starting November 7, and Twitter began testing the feature in September, and last month the company started rolling out the option to edit tweets for Twitter Blue users in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States, and if this is true, it will be This is the second biggest change to the platform after the overhaul of the Twitter Blue subscription.
The edit button will allow users to fix misspellings, add missed tags, and more. Users will be allowed to edit tweets multiple times in a 30-minute time frame after they are posted. Twitter also says it will pay close attention to how the feature affects the way people read, write, and interact with Tweets.
Tweets will appear with an icon, timestamp, and rating so readers can see that the original Tweet has been modified, and clicking on the label takes viewers to the Tweet’s edit history, which includes previous versions of the Tweet.