1. Twitter survey reveals the subscription options it’s eyeing, including an ‘Undo Send’ button  TechCrunch
  2. Twitter is surveying users on what features they’d want from a subscription  The Verge
  3. Twitter exploring employer badges, 'undo send' button for paid subscribers | TheHill  The Hill
  4. Twitter Floats Potential Paid Features Including ‘Undo’ Button, Journalist Badges  Mediaite
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Earlier this month, Twitter told investors it’s considering a subscription model as a means of generating additional revenue to support its business. Now we know what sort of value-add features Twitter may be eyeing. In a new survey, the company asks users to evaluate paid features like “undo send” (an alternative to an edit button), […]Earlier this month, Twitter told investors it’s considering a subscription model as a means of generating additional revenue to support its business. Now we know what sort of value-add features Twitter may be eyeing. In a new survey, the company asks users to evaluate paid features like “undo send” (an alternative to an edit button), […]

Twitter survey reveals the subscription options it’s eyeing, including an ‘Undo Send’ button – TechCrunch

Twitter is surveying some users to ask about potential features on a possible paid subscription version of Twitter, which could add the option to retract tweets, post longer videos, or remove ads entirely.Twitter is asking users what features they might be willing to pay for.

Twitter is surveying users on what features they’d want from a subscription - The Verge

Twitter has reportedly begun the process of surveying users about potential features as part of a paid service, including items such as an "undo send" button and badges to identify individuals' employers.Twitter has reportedly begun the process of surveying users about potential features as part of a paid service, including items such as an "undo send" button and badges to identify individuals'

Twitter exploring employer badges, 'undo send' button for paid subscribers | TheHill

Twitter has reportedly begun the process of surveying users about potential features as part of a paid service, including items such as an "undo send" button and badges to identify individuals' employers.Twitter has reportedly begun the process of surveying users about potential features as part of a paid service, including items such as an "undo send" button and badges to identify individuals'

Twitter exploring employer badges, 'undo send' button for paid subscribers | TheHill

Twitter has floated a number of potential new features in a survey asking users what they would be interested in with a paid subscription to the site.Twitter has floated a number of potential new features in a survey asking users what they would be interested in with a paid subscription to the site.

Twitter Floats Potential Paid Features, 'Undo' Button