Twitter has rolled out some new features for its paying users. Microblogging sites will prioritize their paying subscribers when ranking during searches, mentions, and replies. This reportedly means their comments and interactions will be more visible to other users than non-paying members. In addition to this, Twitter recently introduced the possibility for Twitter Blue subscribers to upload videos up to 60 minutes long. Twitter CEO Elon Musk promised to roll out the priority feature in November last month. He said this would help defeat spam/scams.
According to details on Twitter Blue Page, Twitter Blue subscribers will now get priority for replies with higher visibility than others. However, the microblogging site did not elaborate on how it actually works in spam situations, the report said.
In addition, the microblogging site also Announce Ability to upload 60-minute long videos for its paying users.This feature is currently only available on Twitter Web, not yet available for iOS or android application.according to detail Sharing, Twitter Blue subscribers can share up to 60 minutes of video in 1080p resolution on the web. The size of the video should be less than 2GB. Earlier, the limit only allowed uploads of 10-minute videos under 512MB.
First half of December, Elon Musk Restart Twitter Blue subscribes to the service after encountering an embarrassing series of fake accounts on its first attempt. The first attempt came just 10 days after Musk bought the platform for $44 billion (nearly Rs 3,639 billion) and ensued massive layoffs.
The Twitter Blue subscription for iOS is priced at $11 (nearly Rs. 910) per month, while web users will have to pay $8 (nearly Rs. 660) per month. Paid subscriptions provide early access to select features, such as editing tweets and other latest features.