- After publishing a tweet, eligible users will get a 30-minute window to modify their tweet.
- Edited tweets will include an icon, timestamp, and label.
- Twitter Blue is available in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States.
Twitter has started testing the most requested Edit Tweet feature. The company is currently testing the feature internally. The Edit Tweet feature will allow eligible users to modify and fix mistakes or add content after a tweet has been published. Twitter Blue subscribers will be able to test the Edit Tweet feature in the coming weeks.
After publishing a tweet, eligible users will get a 30-minute window to modify their tweet. However, a tweet can be edited only a few times. Edited tweets will include an icon, timestamp, and label to make it clear that the original tweet has been edited. Readers will be able to tap the label and view the tweet’s edit history, including the past versions of the tweet.
Twitter Blue subscribers will receive early access to the Edit Tweet feature later this month as a part of their subscription. “The test will be localized to a single country at first and expand as we learn and observe how people use Edit Tweet,” explains Twitter in a blog post.
Twitter Blue subscription is currently available in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States. The subscription costs USD 4.99 (around Rs. 400) in the United States and comes with premium features, including Undo Tweet and a customizable navigation bar.