Twitter has released the “Tip Box” feature for a limited number of users, where users can send money to other users they want to support financially. The feature, which has just been tested, will be available to more users in the future.
Twitter, one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, has officially released the “tip” feature, which has been talked about for a while, for both iOS and Android apps. With the feature, which is currently only accessible to people who use Twitter in English, users will be able to send “tips” to other users who have the feature activated.
Tip Jar, which we can translate into Turkish as ” Tip Box “, will be a feature that depends on the initiative of the users. Therefore, in order for a user to send a tip to another user, the tip box must first be added to the profile of the user to be sent.
You will be able to provide financial support to journalists, content creators, or non-governmental organizations via Twitter Tip Box
The Tip Box will be open to content creators, journalists, experts, and non-governmental organizations for now, but in the future, more people and users in more languages will be able to use the Tip Box feature.
In statements about the new feature Twitter, Senior Product Manager Esther Crawford, “We no longer follow-up, beyond the Retweet and Rating We want to make it easier to support each other. Today, we’re introducing the tip Bin is a new way to send and receive people’s tip” when using the phrase; He continued as follows:
“If you see a Tip Box icon next to the Follow button on their profile page, you’ll know that an account has Tip Box enabled. When you tap the icon, you’ll see a list of payment services or platforms that the account has enabled. Whichever payment service or platform you prefer, and from Twitter, you’ll see a list of payment services or platforms that the account has enabled. You will be directed to the selected app where you can show your amount of support. Services you can add today include Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal, and Venmo. Twitter does not cut. On Android, tips can also be posted in Spaces.”