Elon Musk continued to tweet and reply to various Twitter users, ranging from teasing new upcoming tools (like a way for organizations to identify other Twitter accounts they’re associated with) to arguing the cost of lunch per Twitter employee.
On Friday night, Alex Gilbert, a YouTuber with about 25,000 subscribers, asked Musk if Twitter would consider adding a special section for creators to upload longer videos in 4K resolution.
“It’s coming,” Musk responded, without elaborating further.
Last week, at an all-hands meeting with Twitter’s product team, Musk said he wants Twitter to match or edge out how much YouTube pays to creators, although it’s unclear if or when this would be implemented.
Twitter has also been grappling with a surge in accounts purchasing verified check marks through subscription offering Twitter Blue to impersonate well-known figures or brands.
Uptake of Twitter Blue is on the rise, but still off to a slow start compared to Musk’s lofty ambitions of having subscriptions make up half of revenue. More than 140,000 accounts had signed up for the new $8 subscription offering as of Thursday, according to an internal log seen by The New York Times.