People will no longer be able to access their accounts after that date and all data from the service will be deleted, according to a help article on the Revue site. Before then, authors who have used the service can download lists of their subscribers, as well as an archive of their analysis and writing. Revue has also notified its users of this information via email and has said it will cancel paid newsletter subscriptions starting Dec. 20 so people don’t have to pay for newsletters they don’t receive.
People who want to say more on Twitter may have a few options after Revue is gone. Elon Musk has confirmed reports that the company is working on expanding the character limit from 280 to 4,000. (For context, this article is about 2,070 characters long.) While his promises of product changes should be taken with a grain of salt, significantly longer tweets are combined with features like Twitter Subscriptions (aka Super Follows) that allow creators to create content that you can only see by paying can help replace Revue for some use cases.