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blue: Twitter ‘time limit’ feature for Blue subscribers


Twitter blue subscription offers users a number of additional features, including posting longer videos, content monetization, and the ability to edit tweets. The social media company has now updated its tweet editing feature and extended the timing within which users can edit their tweets.

Previously, Twitter only allowed changes to original tweets (no replies) within 30 minutes of posting. This time limit now changes to one hour.

Blue subscribers now have up to 1 hour to edit their tweets,” the official Twitter Blue account tweeted. Editing tweet is one of the most requested features. When Elon Musk acquiring the company in October 2022, he announced that the feature would be available to users soon.

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Twitter Blue Features
Twitter Blue is one of many changes Musk brought to the microblogging platform. Other changes include two-factor authentication and the ability to vote in polls.

As of March 20, those Twitter users who did not subscribe to Blue were unable to create text-based login authentication codes on their accounts, preventing them from adding an extra layer of protection to their handles.

Disabling SMS 2FA does not automatically disconnect your phone number from your Twitter account.

Twitter has also made some changes to polls, and starting April 15, those with blue subscribers will be able to vote in a poll. Verified users also have a priority benefit, as only verified accounts are eligible for “For You” recommendations.

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Twitter’s disappointing ad revenue
Twitter has lost many advertisers that hit the company’s revenue. Musk hired former NBCUniversals Linda Yaccarino to run the company. She joined Twitter earlier this week and has a mountain task to bring advertising back to the platform.

Unlike Musk, who laid off more than 50% of the workforce when he took over the company, Yaccarino’s first decision as the company’s CEO was to hire former NBC colleague Joe Benarroch to build Elon Musk’s “Twitter 2.0.” She will also help Musk make Twitter the “everything app,” which could provide various services, including payments.


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