Elon Musk reportedly emailed Twitter staff saying he was available to discuss urgent product needs. All product changes must be approved by Musk, according to Platformer’s Zoë Schiffer. Musk said the meetings should focus on areas such as product decision issues and engineering advancements. Something is loading.
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Elon Musk sent an email to Twitter employees telling them he was available to discuss urgent product needs, according to reports.
The Twitter CEO told workers he had finished most of his Tesla work for the weekend and was free to discuss Twitter product needs, Platformer’s Zoë Schiffer tweeted on Wednesday.
Per Schiffer, Musk said in the email, “We’re going to agonize until we get the most perfect product possible.”
He told Twitter employees to focus meetings on “pressing product decision issues, engineering progress, and legal, finance, and HR,” Schiffer also tweeted.
All Twitter product changes must be personally signed off by Musk, by Schiffer.
Musk has overseen a series of product changes since buying the platform in October.
It revamped Twitter’s subscription service to allow users to pay for Twitter’s verified blue ticks and introduced view counts for tweets. The view count feature has been somewhat controversial by users, with some complaining that the new count looks messy.
Musk introduced an “extremely hardcore” workplace culture to Twitter following his takeover. In November, he told employees to be prepared to work long, high-intensity hours if they committed to staying on Twitter 2.0.
Musk said those unwilling to engage in this new work culture would be fired with three months’ severance.
Twitter representatives did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment made outside of normal working hours.