Twitter launched its Twitter Blue subscription service
Twitter launched its Twitter Blue subscription service

Twitter has officially announced the launch of Twitter Blue, a paid subscription service that gives access to new features like pulling tweets and viewing discussion topics in an easy-to-understand “reader mode.”

Starting today, it will initially launch in Canada and Australia with a monthly subscription of C$3.49 or A$4.49.

Information about the expected Twitter Blue features was made available by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong. But Twitter has now detailed everything the service includes.

The new unsent message feature gives you the option to unsubscribe from your Tweets before they are actually posted. You can also set a timer to cancel Tweets up to 30 seconds in length.

The bookmark folder function allows you to group saved tweets so that you can easily find them later.

Also, in reader mode, you can follow the topic by converting the topic into easy-to-read text and grouping the tweets together on one page.

Twitter launches blue subscription service

Twitter Blue has added a new color theme option. In addition to the ability to change the color of the Twitter app icon.

Twitter Blue subscribers can also receive specific customer support for subscribing.

This means that Twitter Blue users will get a quick response time to fix the issue.

The expedited time frame applies to any type of support card you can submit, which means you can get support faster if you have an account issue or report harassment.

Abuse and harassment remain an issue for Twitter. Arranging support payments can be controversial.

Twitter has announced that it will be launching Twitter Blue in Australia and Canada first to better understand what makes your experience on the platform more personal and expressive.

Introducing a paid subscription service is a huge change to Twitter's business model, and the company has been thinking about it for a while.

Previously, the company's revenue was mostly based on advertising. However, intense competition and pressure from investors have prompted them to explore new sources of income.

In early May, Twitter began testing Tip Jar, which allows users to send a one-time payment to their favorite accounts.

In addition, the "super-following" functionality announced in February allows users to charge subscription fees for content such as additional tweets, community groups, or newsletters.

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