Twitter recently unveiled a new Creator Dashboard to help creators make the shift into monetized content creation.
Twitter has unveiled that it is testing a new Creator Dashboard to help creators track their monetization progress. According to the tweeted announcement, the platform is testing the new Dashboard with some creators on iOS.
The feature displays a breakdown of their earning streams generated by the use of tools like Ticketed Spaces and Super Follows. It is intended to let creators gather a better understanding of monetary value generated by their work as well as to stay on top of their payment history and their upcoming payouts.
The feature, which is designed to be easily accessible from the Monetization tab, is only the latest addition to a dynamic suite of monetization tools the platform has launched since the pandemic hit to keep popular users tweeting more often.
The Creator Dashboard will display a list of new Super Followers, a list of Super Followers who renewed their subscription, and the creator’s total estimated earnings through the monetization feature. As for Ticketed Spaces, the dashboard will display information about how many tickets the creator has sold, a list of people who bought tickets, and the total estimated earned revenue for each Ticketed Spaces.
Twitter plans to enhance the Dashboard over time and ensure that it becomes a place for creators to find ways to further grow their communities and analyze the money they’re making through the platform.
At present, the new Creator Dashboard is available to US creators on iOS who have participated in Ticketed Spaces and/or Super Follows, and have more than 10k followers.
Before launching the new Creator Dashboard test, Twitter has also rolled out Professional Profiles for businesses and creators, Super Follows, Ticketed Spaces, and on-profile creator tipping. Recently, the platform has also expanded on this last feature to include a wider range of payment options.
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