The San Francisco group pointed out that users of Twitter Blue, a paid service that can be subscribed to for $5 a month, in Australia, Canada and New Zealand can now correct their tweets up to five times per tweet. thirty years after publication. Twitter explained that the beta phase, which launched early last month, “has been a success,” noting that it will “soon” expand the scope of the feature to the United States.
In early September, the network indicated on its website that this new feature “should be viewed as a short period for correcting spelling errors, adding links (for other users) and other things.”
Users will see a small pen mark indicating that the tweet has been modified and will be able to preview previous versions of the tweet. Elon Musk, who is currently in a legal battle with Twitter over its acquisition, has repeatedly expressed his support for the request of many platform users to create this feature. Twitter explained that users of “Twitter Blue”, which is available exclusively in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, “will take advantage of the features before anyone else and help us try them out.” The new feature is meant to make using Twitter “easier and less stressful,” according to the American Network.