Recently, it was reported that Twitter will be launching new subscription-based features and an ‘Undo Tweet’ option on the service. Now, a reverse engineering expert and leaker, Jane Manchun Wong claims that the company will offer the new ‘Undo Tweet’ feature as part of the subscription tier.
Previously, it was claimed that the social media company’s investors showed concerns over the platform’s inability to generate revenue from targeted ads. And ahead of Apple’s ATT privacy update, Bloomberg reported that Twitter was working on subscription bases features to reduce the service’s dependence on ads’ revenue.
Twitter will offer the ‘Undo Tweet’ feature to paid users
Wong shared the image of the feature on Twitter, which shows that the ‘Undo Tweet’ feature is part of the subscription tier of the service. This is information corroborates Bloomberg’s report which claimed that,
It is no longer beneficial for the company to gain more users and it needs to explore other options to generate capital. Thus, it is working on a new subscription-based product, internally, called “Rogue One” which would offer exclusive content and users would ‘tip’ the people they follow or would offer advanced options like undo send or profile personalization for a monthly fee.
Earlier, Wong discovered the ‘Undo Tweet‘ feature which would allow uses to retract sent tweets after five seconds of posting them.
Recently at its Virtual Analyst Day 2021, the company announced ‘Super Follow’ and ‘Communities’ to enhance engagement on the platform. Designed for subscription tier, Super Follow will allow influencers, creators, celebrities, and others to not only give their followers exclusive content like videos, chats, stories, and more. And Communities feature will allow users to be part of groups with similar interests as them based on their political, social, personal, and other preferences.
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) March 19, 2021
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