SaltyKitten (Alyssa) Only viral video on Twitter, Reddit, Youtube, Tiktok, Instagram
SaltyKitten (Saltier_kitten as in Twitter) also known as Alyssa is a 22-year-old adult content creator.
Her videos and photos are going viral on social media platforms only because of her NSFW fans.
Her Twitter account currently has 23,7000 followers. Twitter has just posted its first tweet that has been edited in any way, just weeks after the microblogging company announced it was testing an edit button. On Friday.
tweet posted by Twitter Blue was edited after it was originally posted as a demonstration of the feature.
Only fans created SaltyKitten (Alyssa) posted a viral video on social media
When the “Last Edited” icon at the bottom of a tweet is clicked, it reveals the edits to the post. The tweet also has a pencil icon.
The program is not yet available to the public and the company has not promised to make it available to Twitter Blue users before going public.
At least initially, users will have to pay $4.99 per month for the Twitter Blue service to get the edit button. moving Earlier this month, Twitter announced that a beta test of “Edit Tweet” will first be carried out for those who work within the platform, and then it will be available to those who have subscribed to the service
“Twitter Blue” through Saltier_Kitten.
However, the Twitter Blue subscription service is already available in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The launch of Twitter Blue is still pending in India. The company explains in a blog post that “Edit Tweets is a feature that allows users to make changes to their Tweets after they are posted.”
“Think of it as a brief opportunity to do things like correct text, add forgotten tags, and more,” suggests the author. The company said the search will allow users to edit tweets “multiple times” within the first 30 minutes of the first notification.
Users will be asked to clearly note the edits made to the tweet. This was done to “help protect the integrity of the conversation and create a public record of what was said”.