Twitter enables users to earn this new feature 'Super Follows'

Recently, Twitter stated that it introduces a "Super Follows" feature, a paid membership in Patreon style that allows content designers to get reimbursed for Twitter's exclusive work.

The app's researcher, Jane Manchun Wong, posted images of what she thinks would look like.

According to Wong's analysis, Super Follows will be limited to Twitter users with at least 10,000 followers who made at least 25 tweets in the past thirty days and at least 18.

They feature Super Follows most likely works like or in a similar way, much as Patreon. On Patreon, creators provide their audience content, compensated by a pledge (for example, $5 per month), and you may view different categories of exclusive material from the favourite creator depending on how large your pledge is.

Wong has also identified a list of content categories for which Super Follows users are allowed to identify their material (e.g. "sports" or "podcasting") and the fact that Facebook, Substack, Patreon, Twitch and YouTube refer to "adult material" and "only fans."

Last month, Tip Jar, a new website user mechanism, was tested by a social news company. This feature allows users to provide and receive tips. In addition, tip Jar enables users to send tips to favourite accounts.