Friday, April 12, 2024

Twitter will soon add the ability to attach Long-Form Text to tweets, by the CEO of Twitter Elon Musk

The new CEO of the Twitter company has tweeted an interesting upcoming feature for Twitter saying that “Twitter will soon add the ability to attach long-form text to tweets, ending the absurdity of notepad screenshots”. Elon musk didn’t give an exact date for this feature’s availability to its users, but it is expected to be available soon.

Since Elon Musk took charge as the new CEO of Twitter, he is turning over Twitter to its next version. In recent times, Elon Musk revealed that Twitter will soon gain the capability to attach long-form text to tweets and also concluded that he’ll put an end to the absurdity or ridiculousness of the notepad screenshots. 

Ben Collins of NBC News quickly noted, following Musk’s revelation, that Twitter had been testing a text-sharing sharing function before Musk purchased the company. He said that “he’s taking credit here for a lot of work that certain employees completed before he fired them”.

Many other features which included in the revamped Twitter and one of them is “Blue Tick Subscription for just $8 per month”, which allows users to access premium features and also the main agenda for this $8 pay per month is to verify the users and to get a blue tick after their names.

Musk also replied to some questions tweeted by the users, in which the Twitter users were asking about Twitter Notes, to which he responded, “Something like that”.

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He was questioned, “Twitter VS Substack,” by music producer and DJ Adam Foster, will individuals be able to subscribe to or make donations to writing such as this? Musk tweeted, “Absolutely”, to this. 

Elon Musk made fun of Twitter’s search function in another cryptic message and promised that it will improve in the future. “Twitter search makes me think of Infoseek in 1998! That will also quickly improve,” Musk added”.

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