Elon Musk, Twitter’s largest shareholder, polls followers for an edit button

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Elon Musk has wasted no time making his Twitter feature priorities clear after becoming its biggest shareholder yesterday. 

The Tesla CEO has polled his 80 million followers about whether they’d like to be able to edit their tweets after posting them. 

Twitter’s new CEO Parag Agrawal subsequently quote-tweeted Musk’s poll to say that “The consequences of this poll will be important. 

Please vote carefully.” The phrasing mirrors a similar tweet from Musk about free speech on March 25th, days after he acquired almost 10 percent of the company.

The so-called “edit button” has been one of the most commonly requested features of the social media platform. 

In an ideal world it would simply allow users to clean up typos after publishing their tweets, but critics claim the feature could be ripe for abuse,

Responding to his poll, Twitter user “Everyday Astronaut” suggested that the edit button only be available for a short time after first tweeting, 

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