Twitter Blue may soon become a paid subscription for the microblogging site with exclusive features like “cancel tweet,” according to application researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who often tests and tweets about upcoming features of popular apps. The paid service can also benefit from a new “Collections” section which will allow users to save and organize their tweets. The Twitter Blue subscription would cost $ 2.99 (around Rs.220) per month. Twitter announced in February a “Super Follows” feature that will allow creators to charge their followers for exclusive content.
Wong shared screenshots on Twitter to show what the premium Twitter Blue subscription has to offer. This includes the ability to cancel a tweet for a short time after posting to avoid errors. The time intervals for canceling tweets can be customizable and can be set according to user preferences. Users may also be able to choose where they want to apply the “ Cancel Tweet ” feature, with options including tweets, replies, tweetstorms, and quotes from tweets.
The second paid feature will likely be called “ Collections, ” which could allow users to save their favorite tweets and organize them into different sections.
Wong said Twitter Blue could be a tiered pricing model, meaning higher paid subscribers would have access to more exclusive features. It is not yet known when the subscription will be officially rolled out and what the price of the different levels will be.
Earlier this month, Twitter acquired Scroll and its ad-free news app Nuzzel, with the goal of bolstering an upcoming subscription service. In February 2021, Twitter also announced Super Follow subscriptions, a new tool that would allow creators and publishers to monetize their Twitter accounts by delivering tweets and exclusive content to subscribers who pay for it.
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