Twitter is reportedly developing a new service with features like Undo Tweets and bookmark collections. The features could be part of a future paid subscription service ‘Twitter Blue’.
Application researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who first spotted the feature, says Twitter Blue costs $ 2.99 ( ₹About 219). According to Wong, Twitter is working on a multi-level subscription model. The most popular and expensive subscription plan could offer a less mixed experience as well as newer features, according to The Verge.
Twitter has not confirmed the feature, but Wong’s findings about future and undertesting activities are generally accurate.
It is worth noting that Twitter has already confirmed that it is exploring subscription options on its platform. Last year, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey had hinted at plans to ask customers to pay for certain “aspects” of Twitter.
In recent weeks, Twitter has introduced a few commercialization-focused options in its plans. For example, it announced the launch of the Super Follows service, which allows Twitter users to charge their followers for exclusive and additional content. Recently, it launched the Tip Jar feature, which allows users to donate to content providers.
To further enhance the content producer ecosystem, Twitter has made a few acquisitions. Earlier this month, Twitter acquired the Scroll news reader service. Scroll works with a few publishers, including BuzzFeed News, Atlantic and USA Today. The platform offers stories from these publishers to paying customers. There are no ads in the stories, and Scroll shares some of the revenue with the publishers.
Earlier, Twitter bought the Revue newsletter, which plans to make money through subscriptions.
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