The edit tweet tool is currently being tested by Twitter on Twitter Blue members before being made available to everyone. Even though you might be happy to have this feature, you should make sure that each edit is significant. The number of times you can update a tweet after you submit it will be limited by Twitter. After you post it, you can only edit it five more times.
LET ME READJUMP YOU. In case you weren’t aware, Twitter will now allow users to modify their tweets. People are pleased about the ability because it has taken a long time to arrive. Nobody enjoys having to include an error in a tweet or an incorrect fact.
This feature has been under development at Twitter since last year, but it wasn’t released until this year, immediately following Elon Musk’s effort to acquire the firm (the company is still trying to clean up after that mess).
Advertisement Since then, we’ve learned more about how this function will operate, and it has been clear that there are some restrictions on it. After posting a tweet, you have 30 minutes to change it.
Editing a tweet doesn’t actually alter the original. You can edit a duplicate of the tweet you originally sent on Twitter. This indicates that the original tweet is still available and exists. Everyone will be able to see the changes you made to your tweet after you publish it. Under the tweet, there is a tiny Edited button that you can see. It can be tapped to access the original tweet.
On its Twitter Blue users, Twitter is currently testing this feature. This is Twitter’s premium version, which gives you access to more features and allows you test out brand-new ones. Following a recent price increase, the service now costs $4.99 per month. Read this to learn more if you’re interested.
Advertisement The number of times you can edit your tweets on Twitter will be limited. You should exercise caution if you intend to alter your tweets because you won’t have endless opportunities. TechCrunch claims that after you submit a tweet, you only have five chances to get it right before it becomes irrevocable.
Although it may seem depressing, how often have you made a mistake with a post and had to make changes more than five times before getting it right? One or two basic typos should normally be allowed before moving on. It seems fair to give people five chances to edit a tweet.