Twitter appoints Elon Musk to its board

Guwahati: Elon Musk is welcomed to Twitter’s board of directors by CEO Parag Agrawal. On Tuesday, Agrawal announced the transfer with a new round of tweets. The Tesla CEO, according to the newly appointed CEO, will “add enormous value” to the board.

In the coming months, Musk also intends to make “significant improvements to Twitter.” Who knows, maybe we’ll get the long-awaited edit button after all. Will we be able to?

Agarwal announcing the news on Twitter wrote, “I’m excited to share that we’re appointing @elonmusk to our board! Through conversations with Elon in recent weeks, it became clear to us that he would bring great value to our Board.”

Musk is a “passionate believer and hard critic of the service,” according to the Twitter CEO, and that is exactly what the firm and the boardroom require. Elon Musk is welcomed by Agrawal, who believes he will make the social media site “stronger in the long run.”

“I’m looking forward to working with Parag and the Twitter board in the coming months to create big improvements to Twitter!” In response to Agrawal, Musk said.

Musk was also welcomed to the board of directors by former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. “I’m overjoyed that Elon has decided to join the Twitter board! He is deeply concerned about the state of our planet and Twitter’s role in it. Both Parag and Elon lead with their hearts, and they’ll make an amazing team “In a tweet, he stated.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO bought a 9.2 percent interest in Twitter on Monday, making him the company’s largest stakeholder. Many people were startled by the action, considering Musk had just complained about free speech on the platform in a tweet last week. He was even spotted asking Twitter followers if he should start a new social media site where people could share their thoughts. That’s when the majority of Twitter users urged Musk buy the company, and now he’s the company’s largest shareholder.

With Musk on board, it’s possible that we’ll finally get the long-awaited Edit button on Twitter, which former CEO Jack Dorsey was adamantly opposed to. Musk canvassed Twitter users on implementing an Edit button on the same day he purchased into the company.

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