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About Revue

In January 2023, Revue ceased its operations. Revue offers a tool that helps writers and publishers to send editorial newsletters. It develops editorial newsletter tools designed to build a relationship with the readers. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Utrecht, Netherlands.

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Europalaan 500



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Latest Revue News

Twitter to shut down its newsletter platform Revue in 2023

Dec 15, 2022

Twitter will be shutting down ‘Revue’ its newsletter product nearly two years after the purchase. Twitter bought Revue at the start of 2021. At the time, the company noted that the acquisition was a natural expansion of its platform. “From January 18, 2023, it will no longer be possible to access your Revue account,” Martijn de Kuijper, Revue founder, wrote in a post. “On that date, Revue will shut down and all data will be deleted.” Also Read - Tecno Phantom X2 and Phantom X2 Pro will get at least Android 14: Check details Kuijper also mentioned that on December 20, all paid subscriptions will be set to cancel at the end of their billing cycle and users won’t be charged for a newsletter they won’t receive. Also Read - WhatsApp confirms when picture-in-picture mode will come to iPhones: Check details “We’re grateful to everyone who has used our service over the years, and hope we can continue to help you build a community with your readers on Twitter,” Kuijper wrote. Also Read - WhatsApp Pay India head Vinay Choletti quits after 4 months After 8 years, we’ve made the difficult decision to shut down Revue on January 18, 2023. It’s been an amazing ride and we’re super grateful to all who have used our service. Thanks for everything! Twitter also dissolved its advisory group Trust and Safety Council after nearly all key members resigned in protest of controversial changes Elon Musk has brought to the company. The group was formed in 2016 and had newly 100 independent researchers and human rights activists. Also Read – Twitter will require phone number verification for a Blue subscription: Check details In an email to remaining council members, Twitter said that as the company moves into a new phase, “we are reevaluating how best to bring external insights into our product and policy development work”. Also Read – Twitter begins rolling out Community Notes globally: How to use this feature “As part of this process, we have decided that the Trust and Safety Council is not the best structure to do this,” the company added. Last week, three members of Twitter Trust and Safety Council resigned, claiming that contrary to claims by Musk, the safety and wellbeing of Twitter’s users are on the decline. Published Date: December 15, 2022 10:07 AM IST

Revue Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Revue founded?

    Revue was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Revue's headquarters?

    Revue's headquarters is located at Europalaan 500, Utrecht.

  • What is Revue's latest funding round?

    Revue's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did Revue raise?

    Revue raised a total of $310K.

  • Who are the investors of Revue?

    Investors of Revue include Twitter, Koen Bok, Robert Gaal, BFly Ventures, Nalden and 4 more.

  • Who are Revue's competitors?

    Competitors of Revue include beehiiv and 5 more.

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