Twitter unrolled its long-awaited edit feature for Twitter Blue members in the United States Thursday afternoon.
The feature was made available to Twitter Blue members in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand on Monday.
“The Edit Tweet test is expanding and now rolling out to Twitter Blue members in the US,” Twitter Blue wrote in a message Thursday. “Go ahead, try it out!”
Twitter teased the new feature last month, saying it was being tested by team members internally before being expanded.
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The feature allows people to make changes to their tweet – things like fixing typos or adding missed tags – after it’s been published.
Edited tweets will appear with an icon, timestamp, and label, so it’s clear to readers that the original tweet has been modified. Tapping the label, Twitter says, will take viewers to the tweet’s edit history, which will include past versions of the tweet.
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