- Twitter is reportedly set to launch its own subscription-based service called Twitter Blue.
- App researcher Jane Manchun Wong uncovered new details.
- Twitter Blue will also get the ‘Collections’ feature.
- Collections will allow users to save and organize their favorite tweets into collections to find them later.
Twitter is a social networking platform that allows its users to send and read micro-blogs of up to 280-characters known as “tweets”. It enables registered users to read and post their tweets through the web, short message service (SMS), and mobile applications. As a global real-time communications platform, Twitter has more than 400 million monthly visitors and 255 million monthly active users around the world. Twitter’s active group of registered members includes World leaders, major athletes, star performers, news organizations, and entertainment outlets. It is currently available in more than 35 languages.
Twitter’s international offices are located in Amsterdam, Berlin, Dublin, London, Madrid, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Singapore, Sydney, Seoul, Tokyo, Toronto, and Vancouver. Twitter is reportedly set to launch its own subscription-based service called Twitter Blue.
The Twitter Blue subscription can cost $2.99/month:
Twitter Blue may soon roll out as a paid subscription for the microblogging site with exclusive features such as “undo tweet”, according to app researcher Jane Manchun Wong who often tests and tweets about upcoming features of popular apps. The paid service may also get a new “Collections” section that will allow users to save and organize their tweets.
Twitter Blue subscription can cost $2.99 (roughly Rs. 220) per month. Twitter in February announced a “Super Follows” feature that will allow creators to charge their followers for exclusive content. Wong shared screenshots on Twitter to show what the Twitter Blue premium subscription could offer. This includes the ability to undo a tweet for a short period of time after posting it to avoid mistakes.
The time intervals for undoing tweets could be customizable. Users may also be able to select where they’d want to apply the ‘undo tweet’ feature, with options including tweets, replies, tweetstorms, and quote tweets.
Twitter Blue will ‘Collections’ feature:
The most exciting addition to Twitter Blue will be the ‘Undo Tweet’ option. The undo button will work in a similar way that Gmail uses the “Undo Send” button. Wong’s tweet displays the way Twitter is working to adjust the duration of the undo Tweet timer from 5 seconds to up to 30 seconds. Twitter recently acquired Scroll, the subscription service that removes ads from news sites. As of now, details about Twitter Blue are relatively unknown with no confirmation on an official launch date.