New features are continuously being added to the new Twitter Blue subscription service, and the most recent ones have previously been promised. We’re referring to the ability for Twitter Blue subscribers to upload movies that are up to an hour long and to have their tweets prioritized in conversations.
The longer videos can now be uploaded from the internet and have a file size of up to 2GB and a resolution of up to 1080p. Prior to this modification, Twitter Blue subscribers could submit films that were up to ten minutes long, in 1080p resolution, and up to 512MB in size. For the time being, if you upload via Twitter’s iOS or Android apps, this limit still holds true.
Twitter states that users will see “a tiny bias for replies from Blue verified accounts over other replies” in chats. Simply put, anyone who subscribe to Blue (or who have already been confirmed via the previous system before Elon Musk took control) will have the most prominent replies in every conversation.
To entice consumers to choose to spend $8 per month (or $11 if subscribing from iOS) on the service, it is likely that Twitter Blue will get more features in the future. We’ll have to wait and see how long the blue verification badge can continue to attract users to Twitter Blue as it is currently the main attraction.