The proof is mounting that Twitter will add an “undo tweet” feature, yet that the individuals who want it should pay: application researcher Jane Manchun Wong has found a subscription screen attached to the feature. The ability to reclaim tweets has additionally appeared on a review getting some information about features they’d pay for, as well as in the code for the application, and CNET got affirmation today from Twitter that it is, truth be told, being tested.
When it will become generally accessible is unknown, however it’s reasonable why Twitter could be thinking about saving the feature for its potential subscription service: what’s a preferable draw over a “keep yourself out of trouble” button?
As far as it matters for its, Twitter hasn’t said if the feature will be restricted to paying clients — it’s conceivable it’s not far enough along being developed for that decision to have been made at this point.
It’s likewise important that the catch’s plan proposes that it works comparatively to the “undo send” button in Gmail, where the site essentially holds up a few seconds before really sending the message. As such, it’s not actually the edit button that individuals clamor for, yet it could in any event get you some of the route to that functionality (though minus the part where another person can reveal to you that you’ve made a mistake).
In the event that Twitter is available to ideas for the undo button, here’s one: have it pop up on the off chance that somebody impacts through the offensive tweet warning, giving them a few more seconds to reconsider. Regardless of whether that would fix the general atmosphere on Twitter is difficult to say, yet it’s likely in any event worth a shot, right?