Twitter decides to end newsletter distribution service 'Revue'

Twitter has announced that it will end the service `` Revue '', which allows both paid and free newsletters to be delivered, on January 18, 2023.

We've made the difficult decision to shut down Revue. | Revue Help Center

In an announcement titled 'We have made the difficult decision to shut down Revue,' Martijn de Kuijper, Senior Product Manager at Twitter, said Revue will be fully shut down on January 18, 2023 and all data will be available. I have been informed that it will be deleted. You can download the newsletter subscriber list, past newsletter issues and analyzes by

following the instructions until complete completion.

Revue could also deliver paid newsletters, but on December 20, 2022, the setting will be to `` cancel all subscriptions at the end of the billing cycle ''.

Revue was originally a startup founded by Martijn de Kuijper and others in 2015 and was acquired by Twitter in January 2021. The acquisition amount was not disclosed, and the funds raised by Revue by the time of acquisition were 400,000 euros (about 57.8 million yen).

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In Revue, former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey expressed his opinion on the disclosure of the internal document 'Twitter file' and expressed his opinion on the present and future of social media.

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Following the end of Revue, newsletter distribution services Substack and beehiiv are soliciting users.

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