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Some Twitter users will now be able to edit their tweets

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Some Twitter users will now be able to edit their tweetsTwitter is now offering the option to edit a tweet to some users in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
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Twitter’s Edit Button Is , Now Available to US Subscribers. Twitter’s Edit Button Is , Now Available to US Subscribers. CNET reports that the new feature started rolling out to Twitter Blue subscribers in the U.S. on Oct. 6. CNET reports that the new feature started rolling out to Twitter Blue...

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