Twitter will add Paytm’s payment portal to its Tips section in India. In its most recent announcement, the social networking service cited the partnership between the Indian brand to add Paytm as an extra payment provider for Tips.
Twitter’s tips feature, which was launched in May 2021, is available to the uninitiated. It has been introduced by a few influential voices, including creators and journalists. Twitter made the feature available to everyone over 18 on both the iOS and Android platforms after the trial.
The Tips function allows users to simply tip their favorite creators on the platform. This will allow them to support their work directly through their profile. The social network offers a new method to make money from tweets. With Tips, users can send and get funds to show appreciation.
Twitter said that Paytm’s interface will allow people to help individuals and organizations across India through multiple payment modes, including UPI and credit and debit card, net banking and wallets.
You can access the Tips feature in India in many Indian languages, including Bengali and Gujarati as well as Hindi, Kannada (Marathi), Tamil, and Kannada (Hindi).
How to set up tips on Twitter
Defaultly, -Tips does not turn on. To change it on, go to Edit Profile (on iOS or Android) and agree to Twitter’s General Tipping Policy.
After agreeing to this policy, a screen with tips settings will appear.
Toggle Allow Tips to On and select the third-party service you wish to use.
Next, add your username for third-party services. Twitter reminds you that at least one username must be entered in order for the Tips icon to show up on your Twitter account.
Twitter has this to say about Paytm integration: “Turning On Tips adds an icon to your profile that will also include a Paytm link for person-to-person tipping. You can tap the icon to see Paytm as well as other payment platforms or services that your account has enabled. After you have selected the service that you wish to use, Twitter will redirect you to the app you choose to transfer funds. Twitter does not take any cut.