Back in August, Elon Musk had given a sneak peek of the upcoming feature, mentioning that users wouldn’t be required to have a phone number to access it. This Platform X functionality will be accessible on Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android, and personal computers.
What is this new feature on Platform X?
Elon Musk, the owner of the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, now called X. He has announced the upcoming launch of an initial release of video and audio calling features for a few users. This action represents an integral facet of Musk’s grand design in strategic maneuvering. His aim is to metamorphose X into an all-encompassing “omnibus application.”
Musk further alluded to a post within the platform, furnishing users with directives on activating this functionality He designating it as a “nascent iteration of video and auditory communication on X.”
This recent augmentation stands as merely one constituent of a myriad of novel attributes and modifications ushered into the bedrock user involvement on this platform since the acquisition by Elon Musk, an event nearly spanning a solar cycle.
After the rebranding of Twitter into X, Elon Musk unreservedly articulated his aspiration to transmute the X into an excellent application. It offers a gamut of services encompassing but not limited to electronic correspondence, social interconnectivity, and DMs.
Upcoming in X
At the moment, X is currently testing a subscription plan named “Not a Bot”. It has a price equivalent of US$1 (Rs 83) per year and is available in the Philippines and New Zealand. Users who choose not to subscribe will still be able to log in, follow other accounts, and view content. But they won’t be able to engage in actions like tweeting, sharing, liking, or bookmarking content. Moreover, it is specifically designed for the browser version of X.