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Twitter rumored to introduce an ‘undo send’ feature for users

Usman Aslam Written by Usman Aslam ·  43 sec read >

In a recent tweet, well-known application researcher Jane Manchun Wong showed an animation that could be an upcoming feature of Twitter.

The feature shows how a user can undo a tweet after it has been sent. The interface shows the message ‘Your Tweet was sent’ with an additional ‘Undo’ button. This undo button acts as a progress bar which fills up in a few seconds. This feature is similar to Gmail where users have a certain period of time to stop their email from being sent.

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This ‘undo send’ has been rumored to be a part of Twitter’s paid subscription. This may not be the much-requested edit feature but it certainly helps users to make changes to their tweet before sending.

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Moreover, according to Bloomberg, Twitter is exploring new ways to reduce its reliance on advertising revenue through paid subscriptions as a form of a response to Facebook and Snapchat. The paid subscriptions will allow Twitter to introduce a new form of inclusivity for its users.

Written by Usman Aslam
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