A support post on the Revue site states that after that date, users will no longer be able to access their accounts, and all data associated with the service would be destroyed. In the meanwhile, writers who have previously utilised the service will be able to access an archive including their analytics and previous works, as well as a list of their subscribers. Revue informed its readers of this through email and said that, beginning on December 20th, it will no longer be accepting paid newsletter subscriptions.
After Revue is no longer an option, Twitter users who like to express themselves in greater depth may have a few viable replacements to choose from. According to Elon Musk, the business is working on increasing the limit from 280 characters to 4,000 characters. Approximately 2,070 characters were used to create this article. His claims about future updates to the product should be taken with a grain of salt, although Twitter’s subscriptions (also known as “Super Follows”), which enable content producers to generate material that can only be viewed by paying, might replace Revue in some situations.
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