Since Elon Musk came to power on Twitter, the changes in the social network have not stopped. First, there were multiple layoffs at the executive level, then there was talk of user verification for $20 a month, which was finally confirmed by Musk. However, the owner of Tesla corrected that the verification would cost 8 dollars. Now, a new report contends that Musk is thinking of a useful new change.
Not all changes could be bad. Just like reports Casey Newton, our Platform colleague, Twitter would be thinking of extending the ‘edit tweets’ button to all users. It is worth remembering that, currently, the editing function on Twitter is available exclusively to users who are subscribed to Twitter Blue. The cost of the subscription for now is $5 per month.
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This, in addition to pleasing all users (or at least the majority), would make a lot of sense, since those who were clamoring for the edition were the users of the free version of Twitter. If Casey Newton’s sources don’t fail, the change to the tweet edit button would be very close. In fact, we might think that it would come along with the increase in the value of the Twitter Blue subscription.
The edit button allows users to make a change to a tweet up to 30 minutes after posting it. However, it’s not like you can cover up the mistake of the trill; When you edit a tweet, a pencil icon will be displayed, indicating to others that the original post was modified after being published. Likewise, by pressing the icon, you can see a history of all the versions of the edited tweet.
As soon as Twitter reveals official information about the edit button, we will let you know via ENTER.CO.