Twitter’s New Service to Allow Undoing Tweets

Twitter has been working on the development of a paid version of its platform. Recently, Jane Manchun Wong, who usually spots updates before the release, spotted that subscription service will be called the ‘Twitter Blue’ and will come with features like ‘Undo Tweets’ and ‘Collections’.

The collection feature will allow Twitter Blue users to save and organize their favorite tweets into collections to easily find them later. Other social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram already offer a similar feature. They even allow users to categorize the saved posts based on their genre.

Alongside this feature, Twitter will also bundle the ‘Undo Tweet’ function to its premium service. This feature looks similar to Gmail’s ‘undo send’ button. Like Google, Twitter will adjust the duration of the undo Tweet timer from 5 seconds to up to 30 seconds.

The subscription service will not be limited to only these two features. It is expected to come bundled with several useful features that will not be made available to free-tier users. It might offer a free trial, but that is about it.

Twitter’s new paid platform is still in the development phases. Hence, it is not going to launch anytime soon.


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