Twitter limits the frequency of tweets

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Twitter limits the frequency of tweets
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Twitter property of Elon Musk, announced that it will put a limit on the frequency of tweets made by a user within the platform. They mention that the different accounts in the social network will receive a message about exceeding the daily limit to publish in the application.

on the page of Twitter Help Centerindicate that the number of tweets allowed by the application is 2,400 per day, also warned that retweets count as tweets.

“The daily limit of updates is subdivided into smaller limits with intervals of half an hour,” they mentioned.

There is still some question about how many tweets can be made in the intervals, however, some individual and business accounts have already received the error message when trying to tweet more than once in an hour.

Users who reach the daily limit of tweets within the platform will be able to return to it. Internet again hours after a period of time has elapsed, in which it is not known if it could be two or three hours or even more.

On the other hand, there was also talk about the restriction of direct messages that users can make, which are 500 per day. And in the case of email changes within the account it is four per hour.

FILE PHOTO: Twitter logo and a photo of Elon Musk are displayed through magnifier in this illustration taken October 27, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo/File Photo

FILE PHOTO: Twitter logo and a photo of Elon Musk are displayed through magnifier in this illustration taken October 27, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo/File Photo

How many can you track per day

Another of the data reported by the platform is the number of people you can follow per day, according to the platform you can only follow 400 per day. However, they noted that it is important to note that this is only a technical limit on the account. “There are rules that prohibit mass tracking.”

An important change that they announced is that if an account already follows 5000 others accounts any new attempts to track will be capped by account-specific percentages.

“These limits include the actions of all devices, such as the Web the mobile, the telephone, the API, etc. API requests from third-party applications are tracked from the hourly API limit,” they warned.

In that sense, people who use multiple third-party apps in their account will reach the API limit faster.

FILE PHOTO: Twitter logo and Elon Musk silhouette are seen in this illustration taken, December 19, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

FILE PHOTO: Twitter logo and Elon Musk silhouette are seen in this illustration taken, December 19, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

Twitter Blue, there will be an annual subscription

The premium service of the social network, Twitter Blue, adds an annual payment option, which will allow users to save 8 dollars. This form of payment is already enabled on the service page or on devices iOS.

The price of the annual plan is 84 dollars, with this new plan users will save about 12% compared to the monthly payment and 36% for those who do it through an Apple device, since they pay 11 dollars per month for the commission charged by this platform.

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For now, the countries that have this new plan are United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. However, the possibility of it also reaching Latin American countries is being studied.

“All Twitter Blue features will be available immediately, except for the blue checkmark, which may take time to appear to ensure that the review of subscribed accounts meets all requirements,” the social network states on its support page.

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