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Twitter to discontinue Product Revue Newsletter in 2023 amid Elon Musk’s interest in buying Substack

Twitter to discontinue Product Revue Newsletter in 2023 amid Elon Musk’s interest in buying Substack

Twitter to discontinue Product Revue Newsletter in 2023 amid Elon Musk's interest in buying Substack

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Twitter announced on Wednesday it would discontinue its Revue newsletter product next year, days after owner Elon Musk said he was open to buying rival online publishing platform Substack.

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The social media platform bought Revue in 2021 for an undisclosed sum amid a bigger newsletter boom during the pandemic, and as it sought to attract users who wanted to make money from their subscribers.

At the time, Twitter said Revue’s premium features would be free to all users and would reduce paid newsletter fees to help writers retain more of the revenue generated from subscriptions.

“This was a tough decision because we know Revue has a passionate user base, made up of people like you,” Twitter said in a message to users.

“Let’s get straight to the point: from January 18, 2023, it will no longer be possible to access your Revue account. On this date, Revue will close and all data will be deleted.”

Revue was founded seven years ago in the city of Utrecht in the Netherlands.

In August last year, Twitter launched a way for newsletter creators to add a subscribe button directly to their Twitter profiles. From now on, the Revue subscription button is only available for a test group on Android and Web.

In other news, Elon Musk’s Twitter has disbanded his Trust and Safety Council, the advisory group of around 100 independent civil, human rights and other organizations the company formed in 2016 to fight against hate speech, child exploitation, suicide, self-harm and others. problems on the platform.

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