After Further Revue, Twitter to Shut Down Newsletter Publishing Platform Jan. 18

The social network acquired Revue in January 2021

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Twitter is shutting down Revue, the newsletter publishing platform it acquired in January 2021.

Revue founder Martijn de Kuijper said in a post on the company’s website that the platform will shut down Jan. 18 and all data will be deleted, adding, “This has been a hard decision because we know Revue has a passionate user base, made up of people like you.”

Ironically, one of those people was former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, albeit for a very short time, as he said in a tweet Wednesday, “After 17 hours, my career as a newsletter writer is coming to an end.”

de Kuijper said in his post that Revue users can download their analytics, past issues and subscriber list by following these instructions, adding that for paid newsletters, all subscriptions will be set to cancel at the end of their billing cycle Dec.



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