Twitter announced earlier this year that it is working on a Super Follows feature that would allow some users to charge followers and give them access to additional content, and app researcher Jane Manchun Wong tweeted screenshots of what she says will look like It has to serve.
According to Wong's research, which is usually very meticulous, Super Follows will be limited to Twitter users with at least 10,000 followers, who have posted at least 25 tweets in the past 30 days, and are at least 18 years old.
Twitter also mentioned that one of the main features of Super Follows is the extra content such as exclusive tweets for premium followers.
Wong also discovered a list of content categories Super Follows users would choose from to describe their content such as sports or podcasts, and noted that adult content and OnlyFans are listed as content platforms along with Facebook Substack, Patreon, Twitch, and YouTube.
Twitter declined to comment on Wong's latest research but has previously described the Patreon-like Super Follows feature as a type of subscription, providing an example of a Super Follows user charging $4.99 per month for users to access perks.
The service is also the latest direct payment feature that Twitter has introduced in recent weeks; The same company has also since last May tested the Tip Jar which also allows users to make one-time payments to creators directly on Twitter by clicking the dollar bill icon on their Twitter profile.
Twitter does not take a portion of Tip Jar donations, which supports several payment options including Cash App, PayPal, and Venmo. The Twitter product team introduced several new features including the Twitter Blue subscription service that is being tested in Canada and Australia.