In 2011, Twitter bought TweetDeck, one of the most popular third-party apps. Since then, users have been able to use the service completely free of charge, helping them manage their personal or corporate accounts to get the most out of the service. However, this may change very soon and this is what Recent Report Indicates TweetDeck May Be Exclusive To Twitter Blue.
User TitterTakeover used reverse engineering to trace the new operation of the service. And found a surprise:Welcome to TweetDeck, a Twitter Blue Feature“, reads the hidden code of the platform.
TitterTakeover too shares a preview of the new TweetDeck for Twitter Blue. In a video posted on his account, he shows the service in action.
After the privatization of the Twitter API, customers were left with no options after the closure of Tweetbot, Twitterrific, and other similar services. So, TweetDeck became the last stronghold of those users who depended on third-party services. to manage your accounts. Now it seems that if you want to continue to effectively manage your accounts, you will have to pay the amount required by Twitter Blue.
How to access the TweetDeck beta for Twitter Blue
If you’d like to check out all the features of the TweetDeck for Twitter Blue beta first, there’s a way pretty simple to achieve this – at least for now.
- Open TweetDeck from Chrome.
- Go to the browser console by pressing F12 or CTRL+Shift+J.
- Click on the three dots in the top right corner. select here more toolsand subsequently Developer Resources.
- Copy and paste this HTML code in the “Console” tab: document.cookie = “tweetdeck_version=beta”. touch Enter.
- Now reload the TweetDeck page and take a look at its beta version.
If you want to revert back to the official TweetDeck, just follow the same process up to step 3. Once there, copy and paste document.cookie = “tweetdeck_version=main” and you will return to the stable version of the service.
Of course, this is another move from Elon Musk’s twitter in monetize your most professional features. After all the excitement it caused, the businessman decided to make his platform profitable.
Source: Hiper Textual
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