TweetDeck's Gatekeeper: Verified Users Only Access After 30 Days

TweetDeck, the popular web app for Twitter, has released a new version to address recent access issues faced by users.

 In 30 days, TweetDeck will only be accessible to verified users, Twitter Blue subscribers, verified organizations, and those gifted verification by Twitter.

Users migrating to the new TweetDeck version will have the option to import their columns, saved searches, and workflows from the old version.

The new version of TweetDeck introduces features like full composer functionality, Spaces, video docking, and polls.

Twitter is offering a 30-day trial for users to test the new TweetDeck before considering Twitter Blue subscription.

Elon Musk's implementation of rate limits on Twitter affected the accessibility of various functions on TweetDeck.

 Many social media managers and brands rely on TweetDeck, and with its transition to a paid product, they might explore alternatives with better features.

After years of testing, Twitter is finally rolling out the new version of TweetDeck globally under new management.

Legacy APIs used by the older version of TweetDeck were removed to prevent scraping, resulting in some disruptions for users.

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