The new feature, known as a "Super Follow," will allow people to subscribe to some of their favorite creators at a monthly cost of $4.99, and many are refusing to partake.
Subscribing to someone would grant you access to exclusive content such as tweets and newsletters, but some users don't feel it's worth it.
I love y’all, but there’s no way I’m paying to read your tweets. Nope. #RIPTwitter https://t.co/BSZxFG4P6j— Cakes (@Cakes) 1614312924.0
Soooooo we all going to slide to Tumbler orrrr #RIPTwitter https://t.co/P9Japf7oE9— 🥺🍃 (@🥺🍃) 1614303560.0
Others are still just wishing for a simple button that would allow them to edit their tweets after they're published.
#RIPTwitter ALL WE WANTED WAS AN EDIT BUTTON https://t.co/di7TOdpqGY— David Dean Bottrell (@David Dean Bottrell) 1614295467.0
Twitter also announced the creation of "Communities," which will pretty much be the platform's version of Facebook Groups and act as spaces where people with similar interests can join and share tweets.