The social network wants to introduce a feature for paid subscribers by the end of September.
This was reported by the publication TechCrunch. It will be possible to edit a tweet within 30 minutes after its publication. After that, the message will be marked with an appropriate mark indicating the date of the changes.
According to TechCrunch, by clicking on it, users will be able to explore the entire history of editing.
- Now the company is conducting internal testing of the function, but later in September 2022 plans to open it to Twitter Blue subscription holders. The latter is currently available only in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.
- Twitter won’t say when the feature will be available to all 237.8 million users. And it also hasn’t said whether it plans to expand the geography of paid subscriptions.
- In April 2022, Twitter promised that it would begin testing “in the coming months,” although back in 2021 it said that the feature was not on the company’s list of priorities.
- On August 30, 2022, Twitter also launched the Twitter Circle function – the ability to post tweets only to a “circle of close friends.