Most people on Twitter and social media platforms mark English Grammar of others. Some prominent social media users who make grammatical or typo errors are usually trolled. As a result, millions of active social media users do not post anything for the fear of being trolled.
The good news coming in from Tech giant, Twitter, indicate that the App developer wants to add the (UNDO Tweet) feature to it's functions and features. The UNDO Tweet function is currently being tested.
This UNDO Tweet functionality will enable users stop an erratic post from being seen by others. The window period for this feature is estimated to be thirty seconds.
With this feature, many users who make mistakes in their post will have the chance to stop them from being seen by others. The UNDO Tweet is different from the conventional Delete feature.
Twitter is not the only Technological or messaging giant to have this feature incorporated into it's system.
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