Twitter has started rolling out the Edit Button. With the help of this button you will be able to edit your tweet. Indeed, a few days after launching the feature in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Twitter is slowly making the edit button available to its paid subscribers in the United States. In an official tweet, Twitter announced that it is expanding the Edit Tweet test in the US, which is currently limited to Twitter Blue members.
Twitter users have been demanding the ability to edit their tweets after publication for years, mostly to correct mistakes like typos. However, Twitter and its observers have debated whether allowing editing of tweets could have harmful effects, such as the spread of misinformation.
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Twitter said in September that customers paying $4.99 (about Rs 410) per month for Twitter Blue would be able to edit their tweets “a few times” within 30 minutes of the tweet being published. They currently have access to a feature that puts tweets on hold for up to a minute, allowing users to review the tweet and “undo” the post before it is published.
Edit Tweet feature will work like this
An icon and timestamp will also appear in Edit Tweets, indicating when the post was last edited. Users will also be able to click on the edit tweet’s label to see the edit distance and previous versions of the post.
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Earlier this week, Twitter rolled out the feature to enable users to edit tweets for those who subscribe to its Blue service in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The most awaited editing tool test “went well,” so it’s being made more widely available, the San Francisco-based tech firm said in a tweet, adding it is “coming soon” in the United States.