Twitter on Thursday announced its first paid subscription offering, giving users in Australia and Canada additional features like the ability to undo a tweet in exchange for a monthly fee.
The service, called Twitter Blue, allows users to change their mind for 30-seconds after publishing, edging closer to the edit button, widely requested by users, to notice typos or reconsider the message. Will give to the window. It will also give users the option to bookmark tweets and organize them into folders so that they can be easily revisited. And Twitter Blue will convert long threads into easy-to-read paragraphs.
Twitter is expanding into paid content with the acquisition of Joe Subscription Ad-Blocker Service Scroll And this newsletter company reviewssaid that the features included in Twitter Blue were based on user feedback.
“We’ve heard from people who use Twitter a lot, and we mean very, that we do not always build power facilities that meet their needs,” wrote two Twitter product managers, Sara Bekpour and Smita Mittal Gupta, in a blog post Service announcement. The new features are part of the company’s response to those complaints, he wrote.
Twitter Blue will start in Australia for a monthly fee of $4.49 in Australian dollars and in Canada for $3.49 Canadian dollars. Twitter said the service will add more features and features in the coming months.