Master of Twitter Elon Musk maintains Twitter neutrality and is driving it continuously by updating new features. But others say Musk will cause the platform to the ground because of his inexperience in steering the discourse on Twitter in the immediate future. In the last few weeks, a lot has happened.
Looking back when it was officially announced that Musk signed the papers and has become the “chief twit,” and also had fired CEO Parag Agrawal. Musk publicly announced that he was not much interested in Agrawal modifications. Later, Musk also laid off Twitter’s Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal, and top policy and legal executive Vijaya Gadde. He started arranging the core engineering team at Twitter and brought in Tesla’s engineering team for an analysis.
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Twitter New Feature
On the last day, Elon Musk came forward with a long-form note-writing feature for Twitter. The new Twitter CEO tweeted that the social media platform is adding the “ability to attach long-form text to tweets.” It is an accurate feature with which a person can write an article of up to 2,500 words with photos and URLs or stop posting screenshots of content written elsewhere.
Properties of Newly Updated Feature
Musk mentioned its properties as it’s really possible that users can subscribe to the note series or tip the writer; Musk answered that it would indeed be possible. He recalled that Twitter already has a tipping feature accepting donations in the form of crypto coins.
Later this year, Twitter’s newsletter platform is apparently being shut down. Musk wants to take the long-form content style and attach it to the newsletter subscription formula while also incorporating a donation system.
Later this year, Twitter’s newsletter platform is apparently being shut down. It looks like Musk wants to take the long-form content style and attach it to the newsletter subscription formula while also incorporating a donation method.
Rumors about Twitter Team
Interestingly, Musk fired the whole team responsible for creating the note feature, according to a former Twitter employee who worked with the Twitter Blue team (via Twitter). Musk has started drastically reducing the personnel throughout the entire corporation and shut down entire divisions, all the while speeding up product development.
In order to compete with TikTok, the firm is now planning on bringing back Vine and adding a paywall video function. Musk stated in a tweet that the firm has not changed its fundamental approach to content filtering and remains highly committed to it.