Twitter begins testing tweet editing feature

Hoy Twitter ad the beginning of the tests of the new tweet editing function, which we talked about a few weeks ago and which is the most requested function by users.

According to Twitter, the Edit Tweet function is being tested internally, although in the coming weeks this test will be extended to subscribers of the paid Twitter account, called Twitter Blue and initially in a single country that apparently would be New Zealand.

While only Twitter Blue users will start using this feature, anyone will be able to see edited tweets and they will be easily distinguishable. Below is an image of a tweet that has been modified since its original post:

Twitter Image

The Edit Tweet feature allows you to make changes to a Tweet after it’s posted, and the user who posted it only has a 30-minute window to do so.

Edited Tweets are characterized by a pencil icon, timestamp, and label to make it clear to readers that the original Tweet was edited.

To view the original Tweet and all edits, readers can tap the tag, which will take them to the Tweet’s Edit History, with all previous versions of the Tweet.

According to Twitter «for context, time limit and version history play a big role here. They help protect the integrity of the conversation and create a publicly accessible record of what was said«.

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