Someone finally made a simple way to edit your tweets, inspired by President Trump's famous 'covfefe' typo

Posted On: Jul 20, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Someone finally made a simple way to edit your tweets, inspired by President Trump's famous 'covfefe' typo

For years, Twitter users have been begging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to create a feature that would allow them to edit their tweets after publishing, and thus saving themselves from the embarrassment of a rogue typo, auto-correct mishap, or any other blunder that would ensue as a result of inadequate proofreading.
Kim Kardashian is one of the most prominent advocates of the much-desired "edit button," and even confronted the social media CEO about it at a party once:
I had a very good convo with jack this weekend at Kanye's bday and I think he really heard me out on the edit button. - Kim Kardashian West June 13, 2018
However, Twitter has shown no signs of building an edit button - much to the dismay of the social network's users.
Enter Corey Gwin, a software coder and entrepreneur from California, who took matters into his own hands by creating a Google Chrome extension that allows users to edit their tweets, and delays the publishing of new tweets by ten seconds, giving users a last chance...

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