Elon Musk announces a new function as “ending the absurdity of notepad screenshots” on Twitter

Musk also made fun of Twitter’s search feature and promised that his company would improve it.


Elon Musk, the new owner of the business, revealed on Sunday that Twitter would soon introduce a new feature to attach lengthy text to tweets, putting an end to the ridiculousness of notepad snapshots.

Creator monetization for all types of content will come after this. Users can currently write tweets on Twitter with a maximum of 280 characters.

Reacting to this announcement, a professional rocket orientation specialist said: “If Twitter could handle the full-length feature videos that I produce and can offer a similar monetization system as YouTube does, I would consider uploading my full videos here too for sure.”

Musk responded by saying that Twitter can now divide up a larger video into 42 minute segments at 1080 resolution for the New Blue. Next month, he suggested, “the 42-minute restriction ought to be fixed.” Musk also inquired about Twitter’s shortcomings and how YouTube is monetized.

Musk just paid $44 billion to acquire Twitter, and since then, the firm has undergone a number of changes.

Soon after assuming control, he proposed a $8 monthly fee for blue tick verification. Additionally, he fired nearly 50% of the company’s employees, claiming that he had no choice because the business was losing more than $4 million every single day. “Everyone exited was offered 3 months of severance, which is 50% more than legally required,” he said.

A Twitter user named Prabhu questioned Musk on Sunday about the timeline for the Blue launch in India.

“Hopefully, less than a month,” Twitter CEO said.

Users who subscribe to Twitter Blue have unique access to premium services.

Musk declared on November 1 that Twitter would charge $8 for Blue Tick. Users that pay this price will receive preference in answers, mentions, and searches, which is crucial for thwarting spam and scams. Long videos and audio can be posted by users with subscriptions, according to Musk. He added that publications who are open to collaborating with Twitter will get beyond the paywall.