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Everything You Need To Know About Twitter Super Follows

- Updated: 11th Oct 2022, 17:12 IST
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    Super Follow Subscription
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    Tip Jar

Twitter, the microblogging network, unveiled its Super Follows feature a few months ago and said it would be available shortly. Users would be allowed to charge their followers fees in exchange for additional content if they use this feature.

On Sunday, app researcher Jane Manchun Wong shared the first images of the new Super Follows feature.

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The Twitter Super Follows feature, as per the source, will be restricted to Twitter users with at least 10,000 followers. You must also be over the age of 18 and have tweeted at least 25 tweets in the recent 30 days. Jane Manchun Wong also showed a list of content from which Super Follow users can select their preferred category.

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Super Follow Subscription

Super Follow would work as a subscription-based service. Every month, a super follow user will be paying $ 4.99 (about Rs 363) to gain a series of benefits. Your subscribers would have to pay Rs 364 each month to access your exclusive content and receive your newsletter. With the addition of the new function, Twitter has joined YouTube and Instagram in launching direct creator payment features.

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Twitter’s revenue will rise as a result of this new feature, and content creators will be able to make money as well. However, no word on when this feature will be available. In addition, no information about the launch in India has been released.

Tip Jar

On its platform, the company has previously launched other payment services. This year, it launched Tip Jar, a service that allows users to make direct payments. Users who tweet in English can use this feature at the moment. Users can enable this feature on your profile, which will allow other users to transfer money to you. Journalists, creators, multidisciplinary experts, and non-profits are now able to use this feature.