Twitter has added the ability to tweet links that followers can use to subscribe to a publisher’s Revue newsletter.
Recently, Twitter integrated Revue’s services to allow followers to subscribe to their favorite publishers’ newsletters from their Twitter profiles. Now, Revue announced that it is expanding its Twitter integration to now facilitate subscriptions directly from within Tweets, allowing users to more easily subscribe to newsletters.
Revue now supports subscriptions from simple Tweets that users see on their feed. Some of them even offer the feature with just one click; in the case of people who already have an email address linked to their Twitter account, they won’t need to confirm their subscription via email.
However, if they don’t have an email linked, they will be directed to the publisher’s Revue profile page, where they can subscribe via double opt-in.
📣 We’ve got big news. (You’re really going to like this.)
Starting today, your followers can subscribe to Revue newsletters directly from Tweets in their timeline.
This is already enabled for all Revue writers on desktop and mobile web, with iOS and Android to follow soon. ✨ pic.twitter.com/6eBxvGWyxH
— Twitter Write (@TwitterWrite) October 22, 2021
As Revue confirms on its website, anyone who uses its service will be able to benefit from this feature automatically, without the need to establish settings or integrations.
Simply by sharing a link to a Revue profile page in a Tweet, publishers can direct their followers to subscribe from the preview in their timeline. In addition, if users decide to share a link to a newsletter post, a “Subscribe” button will appear in the preview when they return to Twitter after someone clicks on the issue or article to read it.
The feature is currently only available on desktop and mobile web, with support for iOS and Android soon to come.
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