he edit option isn't accessible for all tweets, and it won't be available for tweets that have already been published. Instead, the edit option serves as a caution. If Twitter detects an abusive or derogatory term or phrase in a tweet, the user will be prompted to modify it before publishing it. For example, you're ready to send a tweet that, according to Twitter's algorithm, contains some nasty words.
For quite some time, the dislike button has been in the testing phase. Users may soon be able to engage with tweets (like or hate) from within the application's notification box, according to a new screenshot. The basic information of a tweet, such as comments, retweets, likes, and share buttons, will also be visible on the notification panel itself. Users will be able to engage with the tweet without having to go to each one individually.