According to The Verge, this feature allows users to decide that their tweets will only appear on the timelines of super followers who have subscribed.
Twitter announced the introduction of this feature in February this year and it is now only available on Twitter’s iOS app and is being tested in the United States.
Users in the US and Canada can super follow the accounts.
Super followers will be identified by a badge that appears under their name when they respond to a tweet.
Twitter plans to roll out iOS in other countries in the coming weeks, after which it will be available on Android and the web.
Super Follow customers can receive a 3, 5, or $10 monthly stripe payment.
According to Twitter, third-party fee users can earn 97% of revenue from subscriptions until they reach $50,000-lifetime monetization.
Twitter says that after crossing this threshold, users can earn up to 80% after third-party fees.
Users who do not have the SuperFollow feature can apply for a waitlist under the Monetization tab in the Twitter app.
To be eligible for this feature, you need to have at least 10,000 followers and be 18 years old, and the user must have tweeted 25 times in the last 30 days and comply with Twitter’s Super Follow policy.