And the site conveyed its weighting about the details of the new feature based on a tweet by the researcher specializing in applications, Jane Manchun Wong, whose expectations are usually accurate, as she published pictures showing the shape of the potential feature.
And Wong expected, through her research, that this feature will be limited to users against three conditions, the first: that they have more than 10,000 followers, second: they have posted at least 25 tweets during the past 30 days, and third: that they be at least 18 years old.
One of the main features of the new feature is likely to be additional content, such as exclusive tweets for premium followers.
Wong also discovered a list of content categories Super Falls users would be selected from to describe their content (such as “sports” or “podcasts”), and noted that “adult content” and “OnlyFans” are listed as “content platforms.” With Facebook, Substack, Patreon, Twitch and YouTube.
Twitter declined to comment on Wong’s recent research, but the site previously described the Patreon-like “Super Falls” feature as a type of subscription, providing an example where a “Super Falls” user charged $4.99 a month from users to access “Twitter.” privileges.”
This is the latest direct payment feature that Twitter has introduced in recent weeks. In May, the platform began testing the Tip Jar, which allows users to make one-time payments to creators directly on Twitter by clicking the dollar bill icon on their profile.