Twitter to soon come up with the “Undo Send” feature and a paid subscription

With so many social media platforms adding a pack of features recently, even Twitter is all geared up to enhance its users’ experience. The microblogging site is all ready to add a set of new features and the rumored paid subscription services which have been codenamed “Gryphon“. The new paid subscription will allow users many different options to use and increase their privileges.

The paid subscription for a Twitter account is said to provide longer tweet capabilities, which is currently restricted to just a few words. Also, premium users will use high-quality videos and other types of content for posting on twitter. Apart from these, other features have also been rumored that will be added to the platform. The feature is the “Undo Send” option, which will feature like an edit button for the existing tweet. The details about the paid subscription were hinted last month, which can be reused by other platforms.

As per TechCrunch’s details, the paid account will provide users with custom badges, auto-response, social listening analytics, surveys, and a lot of other and new features. The details mentioned that the “Undo Send” option would provide the user with a 30-second window to recall or withdraw a tweet. Not only this, but the users will also be able to use different features like fonts, colors, links, hashtags, icons, mentions, and backgrounds. Another feature of the paid subscription will allow the user to post five times longer videos with a very high resolution.

Also, users can set up a list of auto-responses for other users. Twitter also mentioned that they are currently working on multiple products that could generate revenue for the website. However, the company also stated that they are not expecting any revenue to be generated in the year 2020 and are only working on different platforms for the same.

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