Twitter Blue with “undo tweet” feature now official.
Social networking platform Twitter recently launched its subscription service “Twitter Blue” with “Undo Tweet” feature.
After months of leaks, Twitter officially launched “Twitter Blue” wherein users can unlock additional functionality — including the ability to undo a just-sent tweet (not quite the “edit button” that Twitter users wanted) and access to new theming and bookmarking features as well.
Currently, Twitter Blue was launching in Australia ($4.49/mo AUD) and in Canada ($3.49/mo CAD). It will also arrive for Twitter users in the United States later in the year.
The headline feature was the “Undo Send”, although it didn’t really work like the long-requested “edit button”.
Instead, Twitter users set a timeout up to 30 seconds and when a user composed a tweet, it won’t appear in the timeline until the timeout expired.
Twitter users can also press a button while the timer ticked down to cancel the send altogether.
Also, Twitter Blue subscribers can access some additional customization and theming options for the Twitter app — including the ability to set a custom app icon and to change the accent color of the overall Twitter UI.
Twitter was expected to roll out more features to Twitter Blue over time, and also teased that additional features may come alongside the US rollout.
The launch of “Twitter Blue” premium features came as Twitter promised to its investors to double its total annual company revenue within two years.
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