Once the feature is available, users will have 30 minutes to change their tweets. The modified tweet will appear with a time stamp of modification at the bottom of the message. Additionally, users can press the label of an amended tweet to view its whole history, including the times at which it was changed.
The platform’s tweet edit button has finally started to undergo testing on Twitter. Users have been asking the ability to modify tweets from the company for a long time. There is a catch, though. Twitter Blue users—those who subscribe to the company’s monthly plan—will be the first to use the feature. The feature’s rollout to all users will take a little longer.
Twitter stated when unveiling the new test on its official twitter account, “If you see a changed Tweet, it’s because we’re testing the edit button; don’t worry.
After the feature goes live, users will have 30 minutes to edit tweets. The amended tweet will show up with a time stamp showing the modification at the bottom. Users can also read a tweet’s complete history, including the times it was altered, by pressing the label of a modified tweet.
Twitter Blue: What is it?
Twitter launched Twitter Blue in 2021 as a monthly subscription service. Users in the US and New Zealand were added after it was initially made available to users in Australia and Canada. It should be noted that Twitter Blue members receive all of Twitter’s premium features first.
You may now edit a tweet that has already been published, organize your bookmarks into folders, pin discussions in your direct messages, post video up to 10 minutes long, and read news without ads with the premium service.