Millions of people are using Twitter at any time of the day and the platform continues to breed new users. Despite generating quite a bit of revenue and getting public feedback from passionate users
While Google is known for throwing all kinds of things against the wall and then not hesitating to kill off the ones that don’t work, Twitter has a tendency to over analyze their next move. This has caused them to fall behind on multiple occasions in areas where they should have been the leading social platform. On top of that, Twitter has made a few key decisions over the years like pulling the plug on popular third-party apps that seem to go completely against what all of their users want.
HOW WILL THE EDITING WORK?
Twitter is leaning towards giving users a five-minute window for editing their tweets but it seems like a good balance between giving people a chance to fix a mistake instead of requiring a tweet to be deleted, while still preserving the essence of what this platform has always been about.
Two other issues can be emphasized on the editing stigma. The first is giving users an easier way to save or bookmark things. And the other topic is combating harassment.