Twitter to let blue subscribers upload 60-minute video on web

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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The microblogging platform, Twitter is rolling out the ability to upload up to 60 minute long videos for Twitter Blue subscribers.

The company states that subscribers can now upload 60 minute long videos, however, there is a twist, the feature is only available on the web right now and is not available on the iOS or Android apps.

According to the details shared on Twitter Community Page, Twitter Blue subscribers will be able to share up to a 60-minute video at 1080p resolution on the web, but under 2GB in size.

Earlier, Twitter Blue subscribers were allowed to upload only 10 minute long videos on the platform at 1080p resolution with a file size limit of 512MB. However, this has increased now. The new ability will also modify the quality of the video for distribution.

Twitter Blue subscription was relaunched earlier this month under new CEO Mr. Elon Musk. iOS users willing to opt for this can subscribe the Twitter Blue by paying $11 per month whereas web users will be required to pay $8 per month. Twitter Blue subscription offers early access to select features, like Edit Tweet, and other newest features before they’re available to everyone.

Meanwhile, Twitter has also rolled out a View Count feature for tweets started from December 22. Mr. Elon Musk announced the rollout of the feature via a tweet. As per Mr. Elon Musk’s tweet, the View Count for tweets will allow users to see how many times a tweet has been seen. The feature is currently available on the web, as well as the iOS and Android apps.

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