Twitter Has Been Reported To Be Working On An Edit Tweet Feature, With Alleged Screenshots.
The Edit Tweet functionality will be accessible by clicking on the three-dot menu that appears on a tweet after it has been published on Twitter. Twitter is rumored to be working on a feature that will allow users to modify their tweets. During the Twitter-Musk feud, Alessandro Paluzzi, a well-known mobile developer, and reverse engineer discovered the platform’s ‘edit’ button.
Elon Musk conducted a poll on Twitter with his account, which has over 80 million followers after Twitter stated that it is working on the ability to modify tweets. Continue reading to learn more about the edit button’s appearance, when it will be available, and other details.
A tipster has leaked a series of claimed photos that demonstrate various features of this functionality. Aside from demonstrating the iconography and new design on Twitter’s web version, the tipster also shared a few unfinished features, such as Edit History.
The Layout Of The iOS And Android Versions Is Planned To Be Comparable.
This functionality has yet to be publicly introduced by Twitter. The ‘Edit Tweet’ icon would display next to the date of a tweet on the timeline, or the option would appear in the side menu of a tweet, according to reported screenshots given by tipster Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a).
Edited will appear next to the date after the modifications have been made. Alessandro Paluzzi, a well-known reverse engineer, was able to get his hands on the impending edit button and offered some screenshots of how the functionality will seem when it is released to users.
This text could be clickable, taking you to the tweet’s ‘Edit History’ page. At the time, Twitter appears to be working on this feature, but it is expected to be included in the final version.
Furthermore, the tipster claims that tweets will only be changeable for up to an hour after they are initially posted. Twitter looks to be listening to its users and implementing some of the most requested features on its social media platform.
It Recently Introduced The Alt Badge And Made Picture Descriptions Visible.
These features are designed to help Twitter users who use assistive technology or have visual impairments. These features are useful even for folks who have a low-bandwidth internet connection. Furthermore, the social media behemoth is now testing a new ‘Unmentioning’ option, which has been requested by a large number of its users.
This feature allows Twitter users to exit a conversation, preventing other users from tagging you in notifications in the future. You will still be able to see the tweet, but no notice will be sent to you.
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