Elon Musk’s New Twitter Aims to Optimise User Minutes

Musk’s New Twitter is planning to optimize unregretted user minutes that users spent on the platform.

In recent days Elon Musk’s New Twitter, which is running under him is on the frontline of every news because of implementing various changes. Elon Musk has said that the new Twitter aims to optimize user minutes that a user spends on the micro-blogging platform, and not regret it. Presently busy making Twitter faster, Elon Musk has brought back the company from going bankrupt and now is in search of a way to make the company profitable.

“New Twitter will strive to optimize unregretted user minutes,” Musk posted. The announcement came a day after the new Twitter CEO revealed that the microblogging platform has introduced “significant” server architecture changes in the backend that should make the overall Twitter experience much faster. This new appearance on Twitter is part of the changes that Elon Musk has been promising to bring about since his US$44-billion takeover of Twitter in October this year. Lex Fridman, the host of the Lex Fridman Podcast and research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, replied: “That’s a good goal for life in general: maximize unregretted minutes.” A lot of users reacted to the tweet. A follower wrote, “My IQ is too low for this one,”. Another said, “Optimise productivity while on the app. Time spent wisely. Less mindless scrolling or engagement. That’s my best guess”. A user claimed that Twitter wants to make us full-blown addicted.

Previously also, Musk in his monetization drive to save Twitter, rolled out a blue tick subscription, which costs US$8 per month to purchase on the web or $11 per month via the iOS App Store. Musk has also shown interest in offering people to invest in Twitter at the original $54.20 per share, at which he acquired the company for $44 billion.

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