Twitter A new button testing has started that will undo a newly posted Tweet. This feature will be included under its pro subscription service options, and it’s a product the company is already working on.
The option to undo sending a tweet will provide a window of time so that the user can completely decide whether to completely stop sending and publishing the message he wrote. Currently, users can delete a Tweet after it is posted but cannot edit it.
Reverse engineering specialist Jane Manchun Wong shared in her social network profile that this job will be part of a subscription that the platform is preparing, as a sample from a snapshot that was done.
Twitter confirmed to the portal CNET She was testing the said function, but did not make it clear that it was a subscriber-exclusive function, a business model in which the company is currently operating, as it became known in early February. In it, users can pay to access exclusive content or advanced features like Tweetdeck scheduling.
15 years of history
Twitter The microblogging service was created on March 21, 2006 by Americans Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Biz Stone and Evan Williams. Thinking of various names for this project, including Status, they twitched until they finally settled on Twitter.
Dorsey tweeted on March 21, 2006: “I am setting up my account on Twttr.” With this message, the beginning of this social network is captured. The last time, a lot was said about that first message due to The manager put it up for sale And he got an offer of $ 2.5 million for it.
According to the location Valuables in centsWhat a person pays to “own a tweet” is a digital certificate of the tweet, which is unique because it is signed and verified by the creator of the tweet. This certificate is issued only once by the website and is signed using encryption. People can bid on any Tweet posted from a public Twitter account.
The final version of the social network was launched on July 15, 2006. Initially, the social network allowed sending messages to a shared feed with a maximum of 140 characters. A few years ago, the limit was raised to 280 characters. On November 3, 2009, the Spanish version came out, and a few months later, in April 2010, Twitter launched a new strategy to broadcast ads in the form of a service called Promoted Tweets, which are company-sponsored Tweets.
In March 2015, Periscope was launched to do a live broadcast. Then they updated the cover in favor of including multimedia content. Thus, Twitter has moved from a simple text-sharing space to a much more visual social network.
One of the interesting news that was added was the topics that allow the visual grouping of the different Tweets. To take advantage of this option, you have to click on the plus sign that allows you to continue adding Tweets one by one. This is preferred for reading content and is somehow extended to 280 characters.
As part of the updates, at November 2020 the fleets arrived Lets you share messages that disappear after 24 hours. It is a tool that captures the essence of Snapchat or Instagram stories.
After numerous incidents of bullying and the spread of misinformation, the company over the years has tightened its community rules to avoid these harassment.
In July 2018, the company conducted its first major cleanup of fake accounts, with the goal of achieving greater transparency and reliability.. Accounts that appeared to be frozen or restricted have been removed and users of these profiles have been alerted to confirm the password and reset their account. In this way, it has been sought to combat the large number of robots that have been seen interfering with spreading false information in presidential campaigns and other issues.
Usage rules have been updated on several occasions, The last one was in December 2020. On that occasion, they announced the action as follows: “In July 2019, we expanded our rules against hateful behavior to include language that dehumanizes others on the basis of their religion or class. In March 2020, we expanded the rule to include language that strips “Humanity is based on age, disability, or disease. Today, we are expanding the hateful behavior policy to prohibit language that strips people of their humanity on the basis of race, ethnicity, or place of origin.”
The platform has 353 million users worldwide, according to Digital 202 report1, Produced by Hootsuite and We Are Social. In 2020, the social network recorded a turnover of $ 3,717 million, which is an increase of 7% compared to 2019. Everything indicates that this virtual space will continue to grow and reinvent itself as the years go by.