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Message limit is coming for non Twitter Blue subscribers

After Elon Musk’s purchase, Twitter is trying to make some features that it offers to everyone exclusive to Blue subscribers. One of them will apparently be DM messages.

The popular microblogging platform Twitter continues its shift around the Blue subscription. Twitter, which recently limited features for users who did not pay for the Blue service, is now working on another feature that will restrict access to some features that are currently available for free. DM message limit will be introduced for users who do not pay fees according to the specified.

Currently the limit is 500 messages per day

According to the latest news, users who are not Blue subscribers will be subject to a daily DM message limit. The company will reportedly limit the number of DMs to 30, currently set at 500 DM per day for free users. With such a move, the company appears to be aiming to encourage users to become paid subscribers to the platform’s premium subscription service, Twitter Blue, which offers more features.

Features available to Twitter Blue subscribers include undoing and editing tweets, writing longer tweets, pinning tweets to the top of the profile, and accessing some exclusive content. It is noteworthy that Twitter has not officially announced this change, which limits the number of DMs for free users. So this feature may be in the testing phase right now.

However, recently, Elon Musk confirmed that he is working on an update that will limit the DM sending feature to only those who follow the sender. It is not yet clear when these changes will become available, but you can be sure that we will keep you updated here with the latest updates.

Ece Nagihan

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