Twitter Blue updated feature list: ‘Prioritised rankings’ and all that subscribers will get

When Elon Musk launched the updated Twitter Blue subscription for the first time (on November 1), he listed a few features that the subscribers would get. These included priority in replies and ability to post long video and audio. Twitter has now updated the list of features that Blue subscribers will get.
There are a total of 9 features – up from 7 – that Blue subscribers will get. These include “prioritised rankings in conversations” and ability to “upload longer videos.” Other features remain the same.

If you have purchased the new Blue subscription, “prioritised rankings in conversations” will prioritise your replies to replies on tweets that you have interacted with. The second feature essentially allows content creators to share more content with their followers. If content creators have Twitter Blue subscription, they can upload videos up to 60 minutes long with file size up to 2GB file size.
Content creators can upload FHD (1080p) videos from the web only ( “Subscribers can also upload videos up to 10 minutes long on iOS and Android. If you aren’t a Twitter Blue subscriber, you can still upload videos up to 4 minutes in length on any platform,” Twitter said.
Other features of Twitter Blue include custom app icons, themes, custom navigation, Top Articles that allow you to read most-shared articles from people they follow, and undo tweet.

Twitter Blue availability
It is to be noted that new subscriptions to Twitter Blue are currently available on web and iOS only in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. The company says it plans to expand the subscription to other markets. Furthermore, not all features are available on all platforms.
Moreover, newly-created Twitter accounts will not be able to subscribe to Twitter Blue for 90 days. “We may also impose waiting periods for new accounts in the future at our discretion, and without notice,” Twitter said.

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