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Twitter announced that it already supports “tweets” up to 10,000 characters in bold and italics, although this option is limited to users of its paid version, Twitter Blue.
Twitter Blue is a premium social networking service that offers benefits such as the ability to edit tweets, close folders with saved items, or display blue icon from Verified account.
The company spent months announcing and developing features for this modality, which recently introduced a filter that offers “about 50 percent” fewer ads offered in the “For You” and “Subscribers” timelines compared to the free version.
Twitter Blue will let you write longer tweets
Another outstanding feature Twitter Blue is that it offers subscribers the ability to write longer tweets. It was in February that he introduced a limit of up to 4,000 characters for publications.
However, Twitter announced that subscribed users can now write “tweets” up to 10,000 characters long, a feature that was made available to users with the goal of improving the “writing and reading experience” on the platform.
In addition to publishing the character expansion, the company has indicated in its profile TwitterWrite that users can apply bold and italic styles. And urged to include Subscriptions in their accounts to earn income from these posts.
This option, already present under Monetization, formerly known as Super followsa tool that is currently being tested in the US, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia and targets “followers who interact the most with the people they follow.”
In particular, this monthly subscription feature serves to earn on the platform for your contributions and posts, and allows subscribers to access additional content, exclusive previews, and other benefits.
CEO of the company, Elon Muskurged users to offer monetizable content through these subscriptions, which allow “any material from long text to hours of video,” as stated in the tweet.
Elon Musk also explained that “over the next 12 months Twitter will not withhold money” received from this content, and that users will receive 70 percent of these refunds, since 30 percent of them receive iOS and Android. Similarly, they will charge around 92 percent if they use the web version of Twitter.
After this first year, the fee for iOS And android They will be reduced to 15 percent, although the platform will add a “small additional amount” that will depend on the number of subscribers.
The manager insisted that his goal was to help creators promote their work and that his goal was to “maximize the prosperity” of these users while also offering them the opportunity to leave the platform. “Easy in, easy out,” he said.
Twitter Blue and not a very positive start
Similar websites recently indicated that a total of 116,000 people subscribed to Twitter Blue in March.
According to Europa Press
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