Twitter Blue, a premium subscription service, is now rolling out a new feature ‘Labs’. As is history, Twitter regularly tests new features ahead of their official rollout. It created a new way for some people to check out these new features before everyone else. Moreover, the microblogging site will give its paid users early access to select experimental features.
Twitter Blue ‘Labs’: Features
They are is testing it as a part of that bundle, which is currently only available in Canada and Australia. Twitter Blue Labs subscribers now have the ability to upload from their desktop videos. Especially if they are up to 10-minutes long. On the other hand, standard users currently only have the option to upload videos that are up to 2 minutes and 20 seconds long.
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Additionally, iOS users can now swipe to pin their favorite conversations to the top of their direct message inbox. Meanwhile, Twitter promises that Twitter Blue Labs will be available in more countries soon, though, and the company has said on its website that Blue will be available in additional regions and on Android and the web “in the near future”.
Whereas, Twitter says features that are released via Twitter Blue Labs may eventually roll out to the rest of Twitter. Maybe it can become a static feature of Twitter Blue or be scrapping it altogether. This will all be based on feedback it hears from subscribers.
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In Canada and Australia, a Twitter Blue subscription currently costs $3.49 CAD or $4.49 AUD, respectively. The subscription gives Twitter users access to premium features, including tools to organize bookmarks and an “Undo Tweet” feature, which seems to be the closest thing Twitter will offer in relation to the long-requested “edit” button. Twitter Blue also comes with a reader mode feature.
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