Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted a Twitter poll on Monday, asking users if they wanted an edit button.
The survey comes after Mask released a 9.2 percent stake on Twitter earlier in the day, valued at about $ 3 billion (approximately Rs 22,700 crore), making it the largest shareholder on the micro-blogging site.
Do you want an edit button?
– Elon Musk (lonelonmusk) April 5, 2022
“Do you want an edit button?” Kasturi asked in a tweet.
In response to Musk’s vote, Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal tweeted that the outcome of the vote would be important. “Please vote carefully,” he said.
On April 1, Twitter tweeted a message on its official account, saying it was working on the long-awaited “edit” feature. When asked if the tweet was a joke, the agency said, “We can’t confirm or deny but we can edit our statement later.”
Musk’s partnership on Twitter is considered a passive investment, meaning that Musk is a long-term investor who wants to reduce the buying and selling of his shares. However, Musk is questioning the ability to communicate freely on Twitter, tweeting about freedom of speech last month, and social media platforms and industry analysts were skeptical of being next to the CEO anywhere.
In addition to raising questions about freedom of speech on Twitter, Musk said in a separate tweet that he was “seriously thinking” about creating a new social media platform.