Twitter has rolled out a new subscription service that allows you to undo tweets and enjoy an ad-free experience. Read more to find How To Sign Up For Twitter Blue and Undo Tweets
Now you can undo tweets and read ad-free news on Twitter. You can also upload longer videos and customize the navigation bar in the microblogging platform.
The new features are available as part of a new subscription service called Twitter Blue. It is now available in the United States and New Zealand. As of now, there is no information about the Indian roll-out.
The social media giant is looking to add a new revenue source with the new subscription model. You can sign up for Twitter Blue at $2.99 (approx Rs 222) per month in the US and undo your tweets.
How To Sign Up For Twitter Blue and Undo Tweets
- Open the Twitter app on your smartphone.
- Now, go to the main menu and click on Twitter Blue.
- Next, tap on Subscribe and finish the payment.
- That’s it!
Twitter Blue Features
The new model will allow subscribers to undo tweets. You will have a time limit of 60 seconds to preview. This will allow you to make changes to a tweet before it’s made public.
You can pin important conversations to the top of the messaging inbox and change the color theme of your Twitter app. You can also post longer videos (up to 10 minutes) on the Web.
Additionally, the Twitter Blue subscribers will be able to read articles from publications like the Washington Post, USA Today, and Reuters without advertisements.
For a while now, Twitter has been shying away from introducing the much-demanded “Edit Tweet” feature. Now, the social media giant will allow users to avoid unwanted typos or other errors in their posts, while providing a new revenue source for Twitter.
The Twitter subscription service initially started rolling out in June launching it first in Canada and Australia. Twitter claims that a portion of the user’s Twitter Blue subscription will go to the news organizations.
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