After two years of development, Twitter has now released the new version of TweetDeck. But it is only available for Twitter Blue subscribers.
Elon Musk’s latest measure is going to piss off (and a lot) the heavy users the twitter. After restrict the reading of tweets to unregistered users and of limit the number of tweets that can be read each daythe social network has wanted to continue with the barrage of bad news releasing a revamped version of TweetDeckthe advanced Twitter account management tool for professionals and businesses.
It wouldn’t be bad news, if it weren’t for the new version of TweetDeck You have lost some of the features that were available in the previous version. And if that wasn’t enough, the company has decided restrict its use so that only Twitter Blue subscribers can use TweetDeck.
Either you pay for Twitter Blue, or you won’t be able to use the new version of TweetDeck
The company behind the social network itself has claimed to have been working on the development of TweetDeck for more than two years, but it has not been until now when it has decided offer it in a broader way to users of the social network.
Twitter has confirmed that the new version of TweetDeck It retains many of the features that are in the original client of the social network, including Spaces, surveys or the new video player. Likewise, the user interface It has been updated with a more modern style.
But not all users of the new TweetDeck are happy. To start with, the tool is not working as it should because of the imposition of the new read limitand the “Activity” tab, one of the most valued functions by TweetDeck users, has completely disappeared.
As if that weren’t enough, Musk and his team are up to their tricks again, forcing Twitter users who want to use TweetDeck to subscribe to Twitter Bluethus making a function that was previously free, now become paid without hardly introducing real improvements. Existing Twitter users will have 30 days to subscribe to Twitter Blue if they don’t want to lose access to the tool.