It’s still not an edit button, but we’re one step closer it seems.
Twitter is testing an ‘undo’ feature that will allow users to claw back a message immediately after hitting send.
App developer Jane Manchun Wong uncovered a timer that shows a blue “undo” bar appearing beneath the words “Your Tweet was sent.”
Twitter has confirmed its testing an ‘undo send’ feature that would give users five seconds to retract a tweet before its posted.
The feature would be one of several options available to paid subscribers of the popular social media platform, Twitter spokesperson confirmed Friday.
The ability to ‘undo’ a tweet was first teased last summer in a user survey asking members what features they’d be most interested in.
Twitter recently announced it will be rolling out a ‘super follow’ feature allowing users to charge followers for exclusive content, similar to OnlyFans.
The new paid features come in the wake of complaints of censorship and a misinformation epidemic on the platform.