Twitter Blue Users Prioritized In Conversation

You can call it pampering if you want because that is what you get as a Twitter Blue subscriber. It may look as if all the new features that we could all enjoy freely is going to Twitter Blue subscribers. But we have nothing to complain about. After all new king new law. Talking of Twitter Blue conversations, subscribers of the service were promised some few months ago about this feature.

Twitter promised that Twitter Blue subscribers will soon have their conversations prioritized over others. They would also be allowed to upload videos that are as long as 1 hour onto the platform.

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The long videos are already in use by users who have subscribed to the premium service. However, you cannot do that using the Twitter app on your smartphone. You can only upload longer videos using the web version of the social media platform.

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This service allows you to upload video size of up to 2GB with a resolution of 1080P. Before this, premium users could only upload up to 10 minutes of video files at 1080P. The Maximum file size that was allowed was up to 512MB. Despite the fact that this limit is increased, it is still allowed on the Android and iOS app. To go beyond that, you need to use the web version.

About prioritizing conversations, Twitter Blue subscribers will now see their replies and comments above the rest. This also applies to users who have verified accounts. This means, at the top of every conversation on Twitter, you will read comments from users with a tick by their accounts first before all others follow.

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From the look of things, Twitter will keep trying to entice a lot of users to subscribe to its premium service. All this will be down to the features that the company adds to its blue subscription service.

Currently, Twitter Blue subscribers pay $8 dollars every month for users who use Android devices. iOS users on the other hand pay $11 each month.

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