Twitter tests editing tweets, but limited to 30 minutes after publication
Twitter is willing to cross a hitherto insurmountable red line in the company’s history, an unquestionable founding principle: edit tweets. As announced by the US company, it has been working since the beginning of this year on what it considers “one of the features most in demand by Twitter users.”
After countless debates and internal deliberations, the company feels ready to start testing the editing of messages, although with a temporary limitation that is expected to satisfy the most orthodox users of the social network. Specifically, the messages can only be altered or corrected during the 30 minutes following their publication.