Twitter users will be able to tip tweeters as a new way to support each other’s content, rather than just retweet and appreciate posts.
With the new TipJar feature, you can now send money via Twitter instead of displaying your PayPal account details and Venmo handle.
Tip Jar for your account is on your profile page[フォロー]It is enabled by the icon next to the button.
Tap the icon to see a list of payment services or platforms enabled for your account. Services currently enabled on Twitter include Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal, and Venmo. However, payment service availability varies by region. On Android, you can also send hints within Spaces.
Twitter said it wouldn’t take a cut.
“TipJar is an easy way to support great voices that make up a conversation on Twitter. This is our job to create a new way for people to get support and show support on Twitter with money. This is the first step in the process, “said the company. Said..
The tip feature is available today to anyone using Twitter in English. A limited group of people, including journalists, professionals and nonprofits, can add tip jars to their profile to accept tips. It is labeled “Creator” on Twitter.
“Soon, more people will be able to add tip jars to their profiles and we will expand to more languages,” he said.
Add more Details by tweetThe little blue bird said it is updating the tip prompt and help center to clarify that other apps may share information among people who send and receive tips.
Earlier this week, Twitter said it Get scroll, Built a way to read articles without interrupting ads, pop-ups, etc.
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