Twitter this year had showcased its new service Super Follow in the past, with the help of which the company will try to increase revenue. With the new service, Twitter users will charge their followers for exclusive and extra content. The new option will give users opportunities to earn, and they will monetise their content. Earlier, Twitter has officially launched its subscription service Twitter Blue.
App researcher shared screenshots.
Ahead of the official rollout of Twitter Super Follow, app researcher Jane Manchun Wong has shared some screenshots. These screenshots show how the Super to Follow feature will look and work. Like other social media platforms, Twitter will get monetisation support with the Super Follow service. The Verge reports that the Twitter Super Follow service will be available only to users who have at least 10,000 followers.
Twitter is working on Super Follows application
– Have at least 10000 followers
– Have posted at least 25 Tweets in past 30 days
– Be at least 18 years old
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) June 6, 2021
Must be over 18 years old
Users must be over 18 years of age to get the Twitter Super Follow service. Apart from this, there should be at least 25 tweets on the user’s profile in the last 30 days. App researcher Wang has said that users will get some extra features and bonus content with Twitter’s Super Follow service. Apart from this, creators will also be able to do exclusive tweets for super followers.
Twitter has already started testing new experimental features that allow users to make payments on the platform. Last month Twitter came up with a new feature, Tip Jar, with which account holders will get the option of earning. The Tip Jar feature is not available to all users and will only be available on select creators, journalists, experts and non-profit accounts. This feature is available only to those users who use Twitter in English.
Twitter users who want to enable the Tip Jar icon on their profiles will have to go to the ‘Edit Profile’ section. After enabling the tip jar icon seen here, users will have to enter their payment details to send the tips directly to their accounts. This feature, currently available for select users, will soon be rolled out to the rest. Apart from this, Twitter will also bring support for languages other than English this.
Twitter Blue subscription service launched
Leaks were coming out for a long time that Twitter could soon bring a new subscription service called ‘Twitter Blue’. Now the company has officially launched the new service and tweeted, “Yes, the rumours are true.” The new Twitter Blue service of the microblogging platform is now being rolled out in Canada and Australia.