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Twitter Blue - Twitter’s New Subscription Service


Twitter officially launched it's new first-ever subscription service called “Twitter Blue”. This new paid service from Twitter offers new features like Reader mode, Undo Tweets, Bookmark folders plus other surprises.

Yes, it’s true that now we can edit the tweet by using the new feature called “Undo Tweets”. The exclusive “Under Tweet” button is added for subscribers of Twitter Blue. When a Twitter Blue subscriber tweets, they'll get a customizable timer of up to 30 seconds to preview how it'll look when it's live on the timeline. During this window, users can double-check their tweet, tag someone or revise their tweet.

So basically now user can correct their tweets before the world can see it. During that customizable timer of up to 30 seconds, no one except the user can see the tweet.

Reader Mode”, the new feature from Twitter Blue now makes it easier to read long threads by cutting the unnecessary noise. It provides a beautiful reading experience to the user by turning long threads into easy to read text.

If you want an easy way to manage your bookmarking’s or saved content on Twitter, then you might need to look into a new “Bookmark Folders” feature from Twitter Blue. Bookmark Folders let's you sort your bookmarked tweets into different categories for easy referencing so that you can find it easily and efficiently.

The Twitter Blue subscribers will also get access to perks such as customizable app icons for their device’s home screen and fun color themes for their Twitter app. Also now subscribers will have access to dedicated customer support from Twitter.

Presently, Twitter Blue is launched in Australia and Canada and will cost $3.49 CAD for users in Canada and $4.49 AUD for Australian subscribers.

Twitter also assured that the existing basic features will remain free to all the users.


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