Twitter tests ‘undo post’ feature for paying users

    The social network said the feature is being tested as part of the company’s exploration of how subscriptions can work on the platform.

    Twitter is testing a cancellation feature that gives users a short time to remove a tweet from the air before it is published, the company confirmed on Friday.

    Application researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who discovers unannounced social media features by looking at the websites’ code, tweeted an animation showing a post with a typo in which an “undo” button was available before time ran out.

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    A Twitter spokeswoman said the feature is being tested as part of the company’s exploration of how subscriptions can work on the platform. She said that Twitter will test possible paid features over time.

    Twitter said it is working on paid subscription models, which would reduce its reliance on advertising revenue, including a “super follow” feature to allow users to cover their followers with access to exclusive content to be released this year.

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    Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said earlier that the site would probably never have an “edit button”, a feature that users have been looking for for a long time.

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