Twitter is reportedly working on the ‘Twitter Blue’ subscription. The new Twitter Blue subscription would include features like undo send tweet and collections, and is said to be priced at $2.99 per month.
Twitter could announce a new verification program as early as next week. This new program would allow normal Twitter users to apply for verification, and if the process goes through, the user will be awarded with a ‘blue tick’ next to his/her profile.
Twitter today rolled out its new feature called ‘Tip Jar.’ Tip Jar lets you tip any creator directly through the creator’s profile.
Recently Twitter announced a live audio room feature to take on the likes of Clubhouse. Until now, the feature was in a public beta. Today Twitter has announced that anyone with more than 600 followers can access Spaces on iOS.
Twitter has announced GIFs and sticker support for its Fleets feature. The new feature will be available immediately and allow users to add GIFs and “Tweemojis” to a Fleet.
It looks like Twitter is on overdrive when it comes to introducing new features. Just recently, we learned Twitter is testing an “Undo Send” button. Now Twitter has announced that it is testing full-sized image previews for iOS instead of a cropper low-quality version.
Lately, Twitter is testing out many new features, including a live video feature called Spaces. If there was one thing missing on Twitter, it is the undo or edit button. In other words, Twitter doesn’t let you edit or undo published Tweets. Twitter is finally testing an ‘Undo Send’ button that will let you retract the Tweet before it starts attracting attention.
Twitter, today at its Annual Investor Relations virtual event, announced new features for its platform. The new features include auto-blocking, Facebook-like communities, and Super Follows. Here’s everything you need to know.
Twitter has rolled out a voice DM feature for iOS and Android users in India. The company has announced voice DM in three countries, including India, Brazil, and Japan. Twitter calls the feature “experiment” and will roll out in a phased manner.
Earlier this month, Twitter accounts like Apple, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Bill Gates, and many others were compromised. The hacker asked followers to send Bitcoin, which will be doubled and returned to the same address. Now local authorities in Florida have caught a 17-year-old and taken him into custody. He is charged with 30 counts of felony and is allegedly the mastermind behind the Twitter hack.