TweetDeck May Soon Become a Paid Twitter Blue Feature

TweetDeck may soon become a payment feature that is exclusive to Twitter Blue. The upcoming version of TweetDeck – Twitter’s tweet management tool – was discovered with a registration page by a tipper. In July last year, Twitter had rolled out a major design review for TweetDeck. An advanced search feature was introduced to TweetDeck to help users better find the content they are looking for. To celebrate the ongoing IPL season, Twitter has also started testing a dedicated Cricket tab that has started appearing on the Explore page in India.

Baking technology expert Jane Manchun Wong have discovered an ongoing registration page for Twitter. On the split screenshots, the feature claims to be “a powerful real-time tool for people living on Twitter” and is said to offer an “ad-free experience”. Earlier this month, Wong had indicated that TweetDeck can become a paid feature that is exclusive to Twitter Blue.

Last year, Twitter announced a major design review for TweetDeck. TweetDeck also received an advanced search to help users better find the content they are looking for. TweetDeck had written and series of tweets about the new features and says: “The enhanced Tweet composer lets you create threads and add (and tag!) photos, videos, GIFs, polls or emojis to your Tweets, including scheduled Tweets.” Users could also access new column types such as Profile, Topics, Explore, Events, Moments and Bookmarks in addition to playing cards – which help users organize columns into groups.

A few days ago, Twitter announced that they are testing a dedicated Cricket tab that has started to appear on the Explore page in India. The new tab comes as a standalone site where cricket fans will be able to catch the latest updates on their favorite matches, teams and players. It also has video highlights, live cricket scoreboard and exclusive Twitter first content. Twitter has also introduced custom IPL team emojis in English and seven Indian languages ​​to increase its engagement among cricket lovers.


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