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Twitter’s Edit Button Unveils Next Week

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The most-talked-about Twitter update will finally roll out to more users beginning next week. You may now edit your tweets to fix any mistakes you may have made.

Since last week, the social media business has been teasing and planning the reveal, and on Wednesday of next week, it will begin rolling it out to more people.

Twitter Blue subscribers are now the only ones able to modify their tweets; Twitter Blue is a $4.99 monthly subscription service. To make advantage of this function, you must also be in New Zealand.

According to Twitter, you can edit your tweet and fix mistakes using the Edit Tweet function. There will be a label on the revised tweets that indicates to other Twitter users that the tweet has been modified to provide other versions of the original.

After the first tweet has been published, you will have 30 minutes to make any necessary changes.

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