Twitter will soon allow users to edit posts
Twitter head of consumer Jay Sullivan says the developers are working on adding a new feature that will give users the ability to edit posts.
"Since last year, we've been figuring out how to securely implement the post editing feature and plan to begin testing in the coming months."
At the moment, the developers are trying to determine various points, such as the time limit during which a message can be edited, as well as the availability of information about what exactly has been changed.
At the beginning of the week, it became known that billionaire Elon Musk became the owner of a 9.2% stake in Twitter. On the same day, the entrepreneur turned to his subscribers with a question about whether they need a button to edit messages. Elon Musk, who will sit on Twitter's board of directors, said yesterday that he is looking forward to joining the company to make significant improvements to Twitter in the coming months. By the way, Musk began buying shares in the company on January 31st.
It also became known that he spent less than $3 billion on Twitter shares, and earned $15 billion per day after the announcement. While he is a member of the board of directors, his share in the company cannot exceed 14.9%.