People really want an edit button for those social media mistakes
2016 might sound like the future but there’s still a techie wish people have for the new year – an edit button for those social media faux pas.
Who hasn’t ended up deliberating between leaving up one tweet with an error or reposting only to lose any traction the original had gained?
Yes, a definite first world problem but with #Its2016AndWeStillDont riding the Twitter trends, we got to see the earnest reasons people want the power of the edit.
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have an edit button. Please twitter. This is all we ask for. We are a simple species we only want an edit button— Dro (@MyChemicalDro) January 8, 2016
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have the option to edit a tweet so we have to delete it or live with our shame— aylin (@myyyybabes) January 8, 2016
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have an "edit tweet" option 😒✋🏼— Jaaay (: (@PortPerry_39) January 8, 2016
I've fucked up tweets & had to delete it so many times because no edit option 🙄🖕🏼
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have an option to edit tweets. But fear not fellow internet citizens, we shall be able to write novels as tweets soon— Sophie (@sofianako) January 8, 2016
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have an option to edit tweets. Maybe this year we'll get lucky?— BeatCreative (@BeatCreative) January 8, 2016
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have an edit tweet button. I mean it's like they aren't even trying.— Mr Pryor (@MrPryorSays) January 8, 2016
The message was delivered with irony (we think).
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have the ability to edit Twitter spelling misteaks.— The Non Zombified An (@NonZombifiedAn) January 8, 2016
But it wasn’t just Twitter getting it in the neck, there’s something Facebook hasn’t got around to giving us all yet either:
#Its2016AndWeStillDont have a tweet edit button or a facebook dislike button— Rishaba Naushad 🌐 (@RishRitz) January 8, 2016