Elon Musk has been trying to monetise Twitter and give out blue ticks to verified accounts in exchange for $8/month. The initial efforts were a failure, causing confusion and chaos among users. The company says it will now have better control.
Subscribers who pay $4.99 per month for Twitter Blue will so on be able to edit their tweets "a few times" within 30 minutes of publication
The Tesla chief was named to join the Twitter board after buying a major stake in the firm and becoming its largest shareholder.
The changes suggested by Musk include slashing the premium service's price, banning advertising and giving an option to pay in the cryptocurrency dogecoin.
San Francisco-based internet firm says it will kick off testing in the coming months to figure out what works when it comes to letting users tinker with posts after they have gone live.
The new service offers features like bookmark folders for organising saved content and an "Undo tweet" feature that gives users 30 seconds to cancel a sent tweet before it appears.
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