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Elon Musk: Twitter will soon let users attach long-form text to tweets


Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, announced that Twitter will soon enable users to include long-form content in their tweets. Musk tweeted, “Twitter will soon add the ability to attach long-form text to tweets, ending the absurdity of notepad screenshots.” Next, he stated, would be the monetisation of creators for all forms of content. Notably, Musk purchased the social networking website after concluding a $44 billion acquisition agreement.

In another strange message, Elon Musk commented on Twitter’s search function and promised that it would be enhanced in the future. “Search within Twitter reminds me of Infoseek in ’98! That will also get a lot better pronto.”

Musk, the new owner of Twitter, announced last month that there will be no immediate changes to Twitter’s content management policies. He stated on Twitter, “To be absolutely clear, we have not yet modified Twitter’s content moderation rules.” Musk also suggested the formation of a panel responsible for making crucial moderation decisions on the microblogging platform.

Twitter has updated its iOS software for Apple iPhones.
In addition, Twitter has revised its iOS application for Apple iPhone users to include the new $7.99 Blue subscription. To highlight this, the social networking website stated in the Apple App Store, “Get Twitter Blue for USD 7.99/month if you sign up now Blue checkmark: Power to the people: Your account will get a blue checkmark, just like the celebrities, companies, and politicians you already follow.”

The iOS version of Twitter Blue with verification is presently accessible in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

In addition, the company would charge $8 a month for Twitter membership, which would include priority in responses, mentions, and searches. Musk announced the news on Tuesday, confirming the rumors.

In response to the company’s ongoing layoffs, some prominent firms have halted sponsored advertisements on the microblogging site Twitter.

According to media reports, United Airlines, General Mills, General Motors, and Pfizer Inc. have all banned marketing on Twitter. Along with these corporations, Audi has ceased advertising on Twitter out of fear for the social media platform’s future under new owner Elon Musk.

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