Elon Musk Could Soon Make Twitter’s Edit Button Available to Everyone For Free

By Srikanth
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For all Twitter users, Elon Musk is reportedly looking to facilitate the edit button available. This is going to happen without the existence of the Blue subscription of Twitter. The Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, has recently introduced a plan to revise Twitter’s user verification process by charging $8, which is around Rs. 660 a month for the Twitter Blue subscription service. In the current scenario, the edit feature is accessible to Twitter Blue subscribers in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The edit tweet feature is going to permit the users to make changes to the respective tweet within 30 minutes after it has been published.

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As per the post made by Casey Newton on Platformer, the availability of the edit feature over the platform, as per Elon Musk, is not going to take any extra charge. On the current basis, this highly-demanded feature is available for Twitter Blue subscribers as a purpose to test the feature in selected regions like the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

Last month only, Twitter’s long-awaited edit tweet feature was introduced. If we talk about the functionality of the tool, then it allows its users to edit a tweet up to 5 times within 30 minutes after they get posted over the platform. An edited tweet can also be visualized with indicators; this reveals that the tweet has been edited. Users can also visualize the original tweet, along with the edit history and subsequently made changes.

A Twitter Blue subscription offers access to this upcoming feature. The current cost of the feature is estimated at $4.99 (roughly Rs. 400) per month in the US, although the new revision is launched with increased pricing to $8 (roughly Rs. 660).

According to a report, Elon Musk acquired Twitter for $44 billion (roughly Rs. 3,63,700 crore) last week. The CEO has recently announced plans to make social media less reliant on advertisements. The report also includes that the micro-blogging platform will no longer allow the subscribers of its Blue service to access ad-free articles.

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