Earlier it became known that Elon Musk was included in the board of directors of Twitter. Musk has also been known to express his frustration with the lack of features on the service, as well as other functional complaints on social media. His new position is now popping up to pursue this goal – providing the ability to allow tweets.
Musk promised to work with CEO Agrawal and Twitter’s top management on significant improvements in the coming months, says CyberState.
It is noted that the capture button was part of some social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp and others. This allows you to quickly edit a post within seconds of posting it to correct errors or get your message across. This may be useful for users of the platform and Twitter.
NIX Solutions notes that previously, Musk posted a poll on Twitter asking his followers if they wanted to set their tweets or not. The majority of the two million votes voted for the installation (about 74%). Musk also owns a 9% stake in Twitter and inevitably supports board members to achieve the goal.