Twitter’s Blue Service Now Offers Prioritized Rankings in Conversations
Twitter’s Blue service, which is available to subscribers who pay an $8-per-month service fee, will now receive a “priority rating in chats.”
San Francisco: The microblogging platform Twitter has updated its list of features for its Blue service, mentioning that subscribers who pay for the service $8 per month will now receive a “priority rating in the conversation”.
According to Twitter, the feature prioritizes subscribers’ replies to tweets they interact with. Twitter CEO Elon Musk promised the feature in November and said that subscribers will receive “Priority replies, mentions, and searches, essential to beating spam/ cheat.”
Earlier this month, the microblogging platform echoed this promise and said, “soon, subscribers with a blue check mark will be prioritized in search, mentions and replies to help reduce visibility of phishing, spam and bots.”
The update page also mentions that subscribers can now upload videos up to 60 minutes long from around the web in 1080p resolution and 2GB file size, but all videos must also comply with the rules. of the company.
Previously, Twitter Blue subscribers could only upload 10-minute videos on the platform in 1080p with a file size limit of 512 MB.