About Tip Jar
We know that people are often informed, entertained, and even moved by conversations taking place on the Home timeline and in Twitter Spaces. We’re making it easier to support the people leading those conversations.
Tip Jar FAQ
Go to Edit Profile on iOS or Android. Then tap Tip Jar, which is off by default. You will be brought to the Tip Jar settings screen. Toggle Allow tips to on and then choose the third-party service you’d like to use. Add in your third-party service username(s). You will need to have at least one username entered for your Tip Jar to appear on your Twitter profile.
When you add a third-party payment service to your profile, please note that your username on that service will be publicly linked to your Twitter account. Information about you, including your full name or address and your tip may be shared with the recipient or others, subject to the terms of the third-party payment service. Please review each service’s terms for more details.
You can tip people using the Tip Jar icon. On both iOS and Android you will find the Tip Jar on the main Twitter profile under the icon. On Android you will also find the icon when you tap on the profile of someone inside of Twitter Spaces. Only people who are participants in the initial test group will be able to turn their Tip Jar on.
To send the tip, we will link you off of the Twitter platform to the app or website of the third-party payment service you selected. Your tip will be subject to the third-party payment service’s terms.
You will be able to send tips from your account on the third-party service and recipients will be able to see your username on that service. Information about you, including your full name or address and your tip may be shared with the recipient or others, subject to the terms of the third-party payment service. Please review each service’s terms for more details.
Tip Jar is intended to be used to allow people to support others on Twitter as a form of appreciation or a helping hand, including emerging creators, journalists, Twitter Spaces hosts, and more. Because tipping occurs on third-party payment services, you must also ensure that your tips comply with the terms and policies of those services.