Finally! Twitter Edit Button But Only For Blue Subscribers

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Yukesh Prabhu
Yukesh Prabhu
A dedicated student of Journalism with high aspiration in Reporting and content writing. A keen communicator and researcher with an expertise in content curation.

Are you encountering a grammar error or bug off typo erratum? Doesn’t it disquiet you, don’t you need an editing tool? Perhaps you got to the heart of the matter. Guess what? The Twitter edit button is eventually arriving albeit the team has been testing it. Nearly, after so many chaoses, memes, solicitation, and whatnot, in the wake of what exactly should not be done the company has finally confirmed that it has been working on an edit button only for blue users.

You will be having 30 minutes to edit your tweets ” Time is running out”. According to the Twitter blog post “Edited Tweets will appear with an icon, timestamp, and label so it’s clear to readers that the original Tweet has been modified.” The edit label will include a complete edit history with past versions of the edited tweet. Twitter explains it is testing editable tweets with a small group initially to capture any early issues.

“This includes how people might misuse the feature. You can never be too careful,” It has been fifteen years since the users started asking for the edit button but to redo the tweet you have been put in a year’s loop to get your turn. From the beginning, you can’t get redemption if you have faced a consequence after posting a controversial tweet. You think you wrote, you wait for the audience to look over your tweet if it is good it would be considered great material if it isn’t you will end up deleting the tweet after reading so many replies. There were no withdrawals.

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Twitter has become the platform to take hold of superficial talks to online combats, it has evolved so much to bring the world into one place. But users have frequently felt sorry about the choice of words or a misspelling right after tweeting, this could cause the users to look back again and again to rectify their mistakes. Users traveled through various paths to see the edit button on the platform, initially, they used Twitter itself to raise a complaint, then they pleaded they took things seriously and protested.

Even, some users made a tweet with typo errors and asked for an edit button to edit the errors. Finally, Twitter paying back what people have given. Twitter is bringing editable tweets for its Blue subscription, which has seen a price hike in the US to $4.99 per month from $2.99.

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