First, Elon Musk. Now, an edit button.
A day after Tesla Inc.’s
chief executive became Twitter’s
largest shareholder, the company disclosed it was finally moving toward an edit feature — something its millions of members have been clamoring for years.
“We’ve been exploring how to build an Edit feature in a safe manner since last year and plan to begin testing it within @TwitterBlue Labs in the coming months. Sharing a few more insights on how we’re thinking about Edit,” Jay Sullivan, head of consumer product at Twitter, said in a tweet late Tuesday.
“This is just one feature we are exploring as we work to give people more choice and control over their Twitter experience, foster a healthy conversation, and help people be more comfortable on Twitter,” Sullivan tweeted.
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