Twitter is offering the feature for subscription users only for the first time. In the future, you will be able to, among other things, edit tweets that have expired for 30 seconds. In addition, they can better organize saved tweets into “bookmark” folders and have their own customer service, as Twitter announced on Thursday. The subscription, named Twitter Blue, will initially be offered in Australia and Canada.
So far, Twitter has made a living from advertising. In practice, this means that advertisers can place their Tweets as ads in the timeline of users they never subscribe to. Twitter has long been thinking about additional income from the subscription model.
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With the new editing function, Twitter does not satisfy the desire of many users for the possibility of being able to change posts later. Rather, you can delay the publication of Tweets by up to 30 seconds – and adjust them in the meantime. There are also aesthetic innovations for subscription customers, such as the Twitter app icon and the option to adopt a color design in the application.