The ability to edit tweets after they have been posted to the social network Twitter is a welcome feature for many users of the platform. Rumors about it have been circulating for a long time, and it looks like this tool may soon become available to the public. This is indicated first ever edited tweetpublished by Twitter developers.
“Hi, this is a test to make sure the edit button works, we’ll let you know when it becomes available to everyone”, — said in a tweet from the developers. Below it you can see the time of the last edit. If you click on this part of the message, you can see what the message was originally. In this case, it is a shorter version of the earlier message.
Twitter announced it was testing a tweet edit button earlier this month. Reportedly, the ability to edit a post will be available within 30 minutes of posting it. It is also known that the number of edits for one tweet is limited, but their exact number is still unknown. All users will be able to see previous versions of the tweet even after editing it, so this feature is more suitable for correcting typos and other errors, rather than changing the meaning of the message. When exactly the new feature may become public is still unknown.
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