Twitter is set to launch a tiered paid service with one option called 'Twitter Blue', according to technology tipster Jane Manchun Wong.
The microblogging platform's CEO, Jack Dorsey, confirmed in July last year it was exploring a subscription model and leaked new screenshots seem to indicate premium features are on their way.
These include the ability to undo sending a tweet and bookmark collections, and will reportedly be priced at US$2.99 per month.
Twitter has declined to comment on the screenshots but they come shortly after the company acquired ad-blocker Scroll, whose CEO mentioned the functionality will be "integrated into a broader Twitter subscription".
It also released plans to allow both micro-tipping and paid subscriptions to create 'Super Followers', who will get additional content.
The social media giant announced earlier this month it is testing a new feature to let users charge admission to Spaces, the live audio chat rooms it created last year to combat viral app Clubhouse.
Twitter also updated its notification system, prompting users to reconsider tweets with "potentially harmful or offensive" and bigger images that avoid strange cropping.