Twitter’s new subscription service will give users up to a 30-second window after publishing to change their minds.
Twitter, a social networking site, has unveiled its long-awaited subscription service named as Twitter Blue. And this paid service allows customers to access exclusive features like the ability to undo a tweet in exchange for a monthly fee.
As per Bloomberg reports, “Twitter Blue, a new paid offering will sell for $2.99 a month, and will help Twitter diversify its business at a time when the pandemic has highlighted the risks of a heavy reliance on digital advertising.”
Sara Beykpour, the new subscription’s Product Lead, said in a statement that “the new offering is aimed at customers who are our most engaged, our most passionate super users who really want to take their experience to the next level.”
Twitter Blue’s product suite is being pitched to the site’s most avid 200 million daily users, a target pool that includes journalists, social media managers and people or entities who use their pages as a primary news source.
Twitter is also creating a dedicated customer service queue to quickly resolve complaints and to offer to pay users an “undo-send” option, which will essentially allow them some time to recall/edit the tweet after its published, as shown above.
Meanwhile, Twitter is also planning on expanding this service for including more features and perks. The company is also building other subscriptions and payment products which will enable popular users to make money through their accounts.