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Does Twitter need an edit button? Elon Musk posts poll, CEO Parag Agrawal asks users to ‘vote carefully’.

Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, is very active on social media platforms. However, in the past, a poll of his on this platform and then a tweet intensified the speculation that he might launch a new social media platform. However, with the recent tweet by Elon Musk, his displeasure from Twitter seems to be going away and his tweet has also been retweeted by Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal with a reply.

Actually, Twitter recently announced a new feature for its users. Then it was told that soon Twitter can give the feature to edit tweets on its platform. How long were people waiting for this feature. Now Elon Musk has tweeted a poll about this. He has asked people, ‘Do you want an edit button on Twitter?’

This tweet of Elon Musk is getting a lot of response from the people. Meanwhile, Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal, retweeting his tweet with a reply, wrote that, ‘The results of this election will be very important, please vote carefully.’

Actually, a user on Twitter recently asked Elon Musk whether he would consider creating a separate social media platform where people have freedom of speech and writing, where advertising is negligible. To this Musk replied that Twitter was failing to adhere to the principles of freedom of expression and was undermining democracy. A day before this tweet, Elon Musk did a Twitter poll, in which he asked whether Twitter adheres to the principle of free speech. In this poll, more than 70% chose ‘no’. He also said during the poll that please vote carefully, because the results of this election will be important.

Earlier, Twitter has teased users about using an edit button. In 2020, it had announced that it would introduce the feature when everyone started wearing a mask amid the Covid pandemic. “You can have an edit button when everyone wears a mask,” Twitter had announced.

By line: Divya Thearia

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