Kim Kardashian Requests Tweet Edit Feature, Twitter Co-Founder Responds

Kim Kardashian
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Kim Kardashian on "The Today Show."

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey agreed with Kardashian on the idea.

You can thank Kim Kardashian if Twitter decides to create a new edit feature for posted tweets.

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Kardashian tweeted to her 33.8 million followers Thursday, July 23, that she emailed Twitter suggesting the company add an edit feature to tweets that have already been posted: "I just emailed Twitter to see if they can add an edit feature so that when u misspell something u don't have to delete & repost Let's see..." Her tweet suggestion comes days following the Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift twitter argument regarding Minaj's VMA nomination snubs.

After Swift called out Minaj for pitting women against each other, Katy Perry indirectly tweeted that Swift "capitalizes on the takedown of a woman." Perry's tweet had grammatical errors and is unable to be edited because Twitter does not currently have a feature for editing tweets.

Whether related to the twitter feud or not, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is considering Kardashian's suggestion. He quickly tweeted back to Kardashian saying, "great idea! We're always looking at ways to make things faster and easier."

Kardashian's request comes just months after she misspelled fashion designer Giorgio Armani's name in a tweet.

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