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Twitter rolls out Edit Button in America, only paid users will be able to use

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Twitter is rolling out an edit button for its paid subscribers in the US.
The company has currently limited this feature to Blue members only.
This has already been rolled out for users in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

New Delhi. After Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Twitter’s edit button is now rolling out for US users. The company is making the edit button available for its paid subscribers in the US. In an official tweet, Twitter announced that it is expanding the edit tweet test in the US. At present, it is limited to Twitter Blue members and only paid users can use it.

In this regard, Twitter spokesman Joseph Nuñez said in an email to The Verge that the company will gradually roll out the features to Twitter Blue customers in the US starting Thursday. He said that users in Canada, Australia and New Zealand have already got this feature. Now it is being launched in the US.

Tweet can be edited five times
He further said, ‘I have already seen the edited tweets on my timeline. If you want to see the edit history of a single Tweet, click a Tweet and then tap the pencil on the feed. Tweets can be edited up to five times within 30 minutes of publication.

Users will get the feature for Blue
Let us know that users pay $ 4.99 (about Rs 410) every month for Twitter Blue. Twitter Blue subscribers can make five edits to their Tweets within 30 minutes of the Tweet being published. Earlier, paid subscribers used to use Undo features.

How does the edit button work
In edited tweets, users will see an icon and a timestamp indicating when the post was last edited. Apart from this, users will be able to see the edit history of the tweet and the previous version of the post. For this, users have to click on the label of Edit Tweet.

Let us tell you that Twitter users have been demanding tweet edit feature for years, so that they can fix mistakes and typos in their tweets after the tweet is published. However, Twitter Observer believed that giving the edit feature to tweets could increase the spread of misinformation.

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