Creator Dashboard

The Creator Dashboard is a way for the people who drive conversations on Twitter to track their estimated revenue share payments from Twitter for revenue earning opportunities on our platform.

Note: The Creator Dashboard is currently available to Subscriptions creators in the US using the Twitter for iOS app or twitter.com.

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FAQs

How do refunds work?

All purchases of Subscriptions are final and non-refundable, unless required by law.

Refunds can only be issued by the App Store for iOS and Google Play Store for Android when a Subscriber submits a refund request. These requests are issued at their discretion.

How do chargebacks impact a creator’s payout?

Where a purchase of a Subscription from Twitter is subject to a chargeback, Twitter will deduct the amount of the chargeback from the creator’s total estimated revenue share earnings. Twitter reserves the right to charge creators for fees Twitter owes associated with chargebacks, but may choose not to do so. Twitter may also recoup from you any fees associated with any chargebacks.

How much do creators earn?

You’ll be eligible to get paid up to 97%* of the revenue Twitter has earned from the content you create, after in-app purchase fees, until you reach $50,000 in lifetime earnings from Twitter across all Twitter monetization products.

*Note: After $50,000 in lifetime earnings, you can get paid up to 80% of the revenue Twitter has earned after in-app purchase fees. Read our Subscriptions Creator Terms for more on the revenue share and what terms and conditions apply.

Sample revenue breakdown**

**for demonstration purposes only

A creator is based in the United States, and their Subscriptions cost is $4.99. Someone from the United States signs up to access the creator’s Subscriptions account (available on iOS and Android only at this time), paying Twitter in USD. This creator hasn't yet reached $50,000 in lifetime earnings from Twitter across Twitter’s monetization products.

$4.99 - Subscriptions cost

$1.50 - Apple’s in-app purchase fee (currently, 30% of Subscriptions cost under Apple's terms, subject to change by Apple)

$0.10 - Twitter’s minimum share of the revenue

$3.39 - Creator is eligible to get paid up to this amount by Twitter

How do creators get paid by Twitter?

Payouts are determined by a creator's location and the platform where the monetization products are offered, and can take up to 90 days to reach a creator’s bank account.

Note: If a customer seeks or causes a refund or a chargeback from Twitter and is successful, the creator will see an adjustment that notes the refund. 

Why haven’t I received a payout that was processed?

Typically, it takes 3-5 business days for funds to appear in your bank account. In some cases, it can take up to 10 business days.

Note: If it's been more than 10 days since your payout has been listed as processed, please contact Stripe. If you continue to have issues, navigate to Get support from the Monetization option on the sidebar menu. Please include your Twitter username (or “handle”) and we will investigate the payout further.

What if I don’t meet the $50 minimum payout requirement?

No revenue share payment will be owed to you unless we have first recorded and attributed to your content an amount to meet the minimum payment amount of $50. If you don’t meet the $50 threshold, the unpaid amount simply rolls over into the next month until the threshold has been met or exceeded.

Why can't I request a payment if I’ve met the $50 minimum?

Your request to get paid by Twitter may not be processed if there is an information mismatch in your account with our payout provider. You may need to re-add your bank account details (or debit card) to your payout provider.

For US tax filing, will I receive a Form 1099?

Creators who are US persons will receive an IRS Form 1099 if they have earned more than $600 USD in the previous tax year. A copy of your 1099 form will be sent to you.

Creators who participate in Subscriptions can visit the Creator Dashboard to find:

  • A list of new Subscribers
  • A list of Subscribers who renewed their Subscription
  • Total estimated revenue share earnings
Where to find your Creator Dashboard
 
  1. From the main menu, select your profile picture at the top. 
  2. Go to  Monetization.
  3. View your Earnings dashboard

 

 

*Note: Please note that earned revenue is estimated and may look smaller after fees. 

 
  1. From the main menu, click  More.
  2. Click on Professional Tools.
  3. Select  Monetization from the drop down list.
  4. View your Earnings dashboard.

 

 

*Note: Please note that earned revenue is estimated and may look smaller after fees. 

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