Twitter Extends Tweet Editing for Blue Subscribers to One Hour

For Blue subscribers, Twitter has increased the time limit for editing tweets from 30 minutes to one hour. This gives individuals a greater window to change their tweets and right any grammatical errors.

The announcement was made via an edited tweet that was posted just a minute after the original tweet was posted.

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In September of last year, Twitter introduced the edit button to paid users after years of anticipation. The company stated at the time that users could modify their tweets five times within the allotted time.

Matt Navarra, a social media consultant, noticed that the company was testing the one-hour limit for tweet editing.

Notably, users of Twitter Blue can continue to make use of the undo tweet feature, which enables them to halt a posting within thirty seconds of clicking the send button.

Twitter has increased restrictions on numerous features under the direction of Elon Musk in an effort to encourage more creators to post on the platform. The social media company launched 4,000-character tweets for paid users in February. In April, that limit was extended to 10,000 characters.

Twitter furthermore familiar the limit with moving hour-long accounts for Blue clients in December. The organization changed its terms last month to permit paid clients to transfer recordings for two hours.

After former NBCU executive Linda Yaccarino officially took over as CEO, this is the company’s first announcement.

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