Twitter has revealed that it is working on an edit feature for its social media platform. And the company’s communications team insists that they’ve “been working on an edit feature since last year” and “didn’t get the idea from a poll.”
On Tuesday, Twitter’s head of consumer product Jay Sullivan wrote in a tweet that the company has “been exploring how to build an Edit feature in a safe manner since last year and plan to begin testing it within @TwitterBlue Labs in the coming months,” before adding in a follow-up tweet: “Edit has been the most requested Twitter feature for many years. People want to be able to fix (sometimes embarrassing) mistakes, typos, and hot takes in the moment.”
Sullivan conceded that “Edit could be misused to alter the record of the public conversation” and “it will take time, and we will be actively seeking input and adversarial thinking in advance of launching Edit.”
The announcement follows Tesla CEO (and Twitter’s now largest shareholder) Elon Musk conducting a poll on the matter, hence the comms team’s tweet stating that such a feature has been in the works for a while now. Musk recently revealed he owned a 9.2% stake in the social media company, according to the Wall Street Journal. On Tuesday, Twitter announced that Musk was joining its board.
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