The Twitter blue handle wrote, “Hi, a test to make sure the edit button works, we’ll let you know how it goes.”
this is a test to make sure the edit button works, we’ll let you know how it goes
— Twitter Blue (@TwitterBlue) September 29, 2022
At the bottom of the tweet was a pencil icon and a label ‘Last edited’, which when clicked shows what changes were made to the post.
The feature is still not available to the general public and the company had previously mentioned that it would be available to Twitter Blue users first. To use the edit button, users will have to pay $4.99 per month for the Twitter Blue service, at least initially.
Twitter said earlier this month that the “edit tweets” test would begin with internal staff, then expand to the platform’s “Twitter Blue” membership population.
Twitter Blue is yet to be launched in India, but the subscription offering is available in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The company said on its blog, “Edit Tweet is a feature that allows people to edit their Tweets after they have been published. It can be seen as a short time to fix typos, add missing tags and much more.” I think.”
The company said that under the amendment, users could edit a tweet a few times 30 minutes after the initial posting, transparently making the changes to help protect the integrity of the conversation and make what was said publicly accessible. Note to record.