What will the edited tweet look like? The first post came from Twitter.

    Twitter announced that the tweet editing feature was being tested earlier this month and shared the screenshot of the edited tweet. Now, the …

    What will the edited tweet look like?  The first post came from Twitter.

    Twitter announced that the tweet editing feature was being tested earlier this month and shared the screenshot of the edited tweet. Now, the first edited tweet has been shared via the Twitter Blue account. It is not known when all Twitter users will receive this feature, but it is certain that it will come first to TwitterBlue subscribers.

    How will edited tweets be understood? For those who ask, whether a tweet has been edited can be seen in an open form with the pencil icon next to it. When the “Last edit” text is touched/clicked, the corrections made in the tweet can be seen. The most recent edit appears at the top, while the old one is dimmed and the reply, retweet, and share buttons are inactive.

    Twitter users have been asking for the tweet editing feature for years. Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told Twitter that this feature would never come, but the platform confirmed in April that it was working on tweet editing. Twitter said earlier this month that primarily Twitter Blue subscribers ($5 per month) will be able to edit tweets. It was also shared that users have 30 minutes after tweeting to edit a tweet. How to edit a Tweet even though the edit tweet option is not active now? known.

    How to edit a tweet?

    1. Tap the three dots next to the tweet.
    2. Tap Edit tweet.
    3. Edit and approve the tweet.
    4. A pencil icon will appear next to the edited tweet.
    5. You can see the tweet edit history by tapping on Last edited.
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