Twitter Super Follows Feature Goes For OnlyFans and Patreon, Launch Imminent

Twitter increases its product map with a focus on creator communities on its platform

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Twitter Super Follows Feature Perks

Twitter has gone on a product rampage, releasing and teasing new features coming to its app especially now with a focus on creators.

The latest feature is Super Follows.

This feature was announced in late February this year and it was set to allow a select number of users to charge their followers and give them access to extra content – from tweets, Fleets and ticketed Spaces.


To be eligible for the Super Follows feature, you’ll have to meet several requirements which include but are not limited to:

  • Have at least 10,000 followers.
  • Active on Twitter, having posted at least 25 tweets within the past 30 days.
  • Be at least 18 years old.

Twitter Super Follows content revolves around several categories including Adult Content(popular with OnlyFans), Art, Astrology, B2B, Beauty, Comedy, and more.

A label will be added to your account if you choose to join this feature. According to screenshots posted by App researcher, Jane Wong, You’ll be able to add other platforms where you create content and connect with your fans.

The creator platforms offered with this option include Facebook, OnlyFans, Patreon, Substack, Twitch and YouTube.

Applications will be reviewed for 10 days before your account gets selected or not.

If you get selected you’ll be able to include a subscription cost that can go from $4.99.

Twitter already has a tip jar feature for some accounts that allows their followers to make a one-time payment.

In terms of revenue sharing, Twitter has yet to clarify if they’ll take a portion of the Super Follow revenue from creators as it does with Ticketed Spaces.


It’s worth noting that Twitter doesn’t take a cut form creators who use the Tip Jar feature that supports Venmo, Paypal and Venmo.

Here are some of the thoughts shared on Twitter:


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