Much to the relief of Twitter community, the platform has announced that is is finally testing the edited tweets feature. Earlier, in April Twitter said that the company had been testing the edit feature internally for a year and the feature would soon be available to users within months. Stay tuned to know, that Twitter is Testing an Edit Button and when the feature will roll out!
The edit for tweets was one of the most anticipated features that users have been demanding. The edit feature will allow you to edit tweets 30 minutes after they are published, the edited tweets will have an icon, label, and timestamp that will indicate that the tweet has been modified.
Twitter is Testing an Edit Button
In a blog post by Twitter, the company announced that the edited tweets feature is being tested internally and would soon be available to blue subscribers in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and the US.
Earlier in April, when Twitter was about to be acquired by Elon Musk, Musk in his tweet asked the users if they wanted an edit tweet feature on the platform. The feature was one of the most demanded one by the Twitter community.
You can edit tweets a few times in the 30 minutes after they are published. The edited tweets will have an icon that will reveal that it was modified. Any user who taps on the icon, label, and timestamp will see the edit history of the tweet.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When will Twitter launch its Edit feature?
Twitter has confirmed that they are testing its edit feature and it would soon be available to its Twitter blue subscribers.
How many times can I edit a tweet?
You can edit your tweets a few times in the 30 minutes after they are published.
Will the other users know that I have edited my tweet?
Yes, the edited tweet will have an icon, tag, and timestamp that will indicate that the tweet has been altered.