It’s been a while since Twitter announced its Super Follow feature. Now, developer Nima Owji has been able to show a bit more of the company’s upcoming function.

In four screenshots shared on his Twitter, Owji shows that the company is polishing this Super Follow feature. For example, when you access a profile you’re super following, you can manage your subscription by clicking on the “Super Following” button.

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In the user’s profile, it will appear alongside “Tweets,” and “Tweets & Replies,” a new “Super Followers Tweets,” which will show for paying members this exclusive content.

The Super Follow feature will allow users to get exclusive content, deals, and community access to creators for $4.99/month. In July, researcher Jane Manchun Wong showed that Twitter was in the works to create tweets only available to Super Follow subscribers.

With that, as shown by Owji, only people that contribute with a creator’s account will be able to reply and see some conversations. The Super Follow feature will also give users exclusive Spaces access, Fleets, newsletters, and discounts in merchandising.

Since the start of 2021, Twitter has been testing new functions to make the platform an easier space for creators to monetize, although there’s Twitter’s cut and Apple’s 30% App Store cut of revenue as well.

For example, the company announced Spaces, Tip Jars, exclusive newsletters, Twitter Blue, which is currently available in only a few countries, and soon Super Follow will launch.

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José Adorno

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