While Tesla CEO Elon Musk is quite vocal and active on Twitter, where he frequently engages in conversations with netizens, the billionaire is now planning a special series of Elon Musk Will Hold a Q&A Session Once Every Few Weeks. Musk made the announcement on Friday via the social networking platform. The 51-year-old clarified that the experience will be available only to Twitter Blue subscribers.
“I will do an ask-me-anything for subscribers only once every few weeks,” Musk tweeted.
The Twitter CEO also stated that he will occasionally hold discussions on Spaces, a medium designed for live audio conversations on the microblogging platform. On Twitter, anyone can join, listen, or speak in Space.
This new announcement comes just hours after Twitter introduced new features that allow users to post up to 10,000 characters in a tweet, which can also be shared in bold or italic format. The features, however, have been introduced and are only available to Twitter Blue subscribers.
If you use Twitter or spend any time on the Internet, you’re probably aware of what’s going on with the microblogging platform, which has been all over the news since Elon Musk’s takeover.
Following the layoff of half of Twitter’s workforce, the tech company’s new CEO announced several platform changes, including the addition of a paid monthly subscription plan that allows Twitter Blue users to enjoy some exclusive tools and features.
Twitter Blue subscriptions in India range from Rs 650 to Rs 900 per month for the website and mobile versions, respectively.
“We’re improving the writing and reading experiences on Twitter! Twitter now allows Tweets of up to 10,000 characters in length, with bold and italic text formatting. Sign up for Twitter Blue to gain access to these new features, and then apply to have Subscriptions enabled on your account to earn money directly from Twitter. To apply today, go to settings and select “Monetization.” “On Friday, Twitter shared on the social networking platform.
Meanwhile, the microblogging platform introduced 4,000-character tweets for Blue subscribers in February.