TweetDeck aims to become the next part of Twitter limited to users who have paid for verified status.
According to a Twitter support tweet Monday night, the application, which allows users to manage multiple feeds and searches, will be accessible only to verified users within 30 days.
A new version of TweetDeck has been made available, with the tweet including instructions on how to update it.
The announcement comes two days after Twitter owner Elon Musk, who acquired the company in October, said unverified users were limited to reading 600 posts per day. New, unverified accounts only received an offer of 300, while verified users had up to 6,000.
However, he first quickly increased the limit to 400, 800 and 8,000 before announcing increases to 500, 1,000 and 10,000.
He said the limit was put in place “to counteract the extreme levels of data destruction and system manipulation.”
Users quickly found a number of workarounds such as: B. switching devices when the limit was reached, switching browsers or using a VPN.
Another option was to go to TweetDeck, which appears to have reset the count, but this path will soon only be available to verified users, including those paying around £10 for Twitter Blue.
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