Finally! Twitter has Edit Button But Only For Blue Subscribers
Are you encountering a grammatical or typographical error? Doesn't it bother you, and don't you require an editing tool? Maybe you got to the bottom of the problem. What do you think? The Twitter edit button is finally coming, though the team has been testing it. After over a year of confusion, memes, solicitation, and whatever, the corporation has officially revealed that it has been working on an edit button that is only available to blue users.
"Time is running out," you'll have 30 minutes to modify your tweets. "Edited Tweets will show with an icon, timestamp, and label to make it apparent to readers that the original Tweet has been edited," according to the Twitter blog post. The edit label will show a full edit history, including previous versions of the altered tweet. Twitter explains that it is initially testing editable tweets with a small group to identify any early concerns.
"This includes how users may abuse the feature." "You can never be too cautious." It's been fifteen years since people requested an edit button, but if you want to redo the tweet, you'll have to wait a year. If you have incurred a punishment as a result of tweeting a contentious tweet, you cannot seek redemption. You think you wrote something, you wait for the public to check at your tweet, and if it's good, it'll be regarded as fantastic stuff; if it's not, you'll end up deleting the tweet after reading so many answers. There were no withdrawals.
Twitter has expanded so much to bring the world into one place that it has become the platform to hold superficial discussions to online combats. However, users have regularly expressed regret about their choice of words or misspellings shortly after tweeting, which may drive them to go back and correct their errors. Users took several routes to see the edit button on the site; first, they utilized Twitter to file a complaint, then they urged that they took things seriously and protested.
Some people even created typos in their tweets and requested an edit option to correct them. Finally, Twitter is repaying its supporters. Twitter is introducing editable tweets for its Blue subscription, which has been raised to $4.99 per month in the United States from $2.99.