Twitter will soon have two checkmarks (Update: Elon just ‘killed’ it)

Twitter stock photos 5

Credit: Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority
  • Twitter introduced a second verification tier to its platform.
  • The “official” tag was reserved for specific accounts, including government, company, media, and celebrity accounts.
  • However, hours later, Elon Musk took away the feature.

Update, November 9, 2022 (01:45 PM ET): Earlier today, Twitter rolled out its new checkmark scheme to help differentiate between official accounts and fake facsimiles. However, just hours after the rollout, interim CEO and owner Elon Musk “killed” the feature. What could take its place is anyone’s guess at this point.

Original article, November 9, 2022 (02:20 AM ET): If you were wondering just how Twitter’s new paid-for verification system might affect important accounts, wonder no more. Twitter will implement a second checkmark utilizing an “official” tag for “select accounts” on the platform.


See Our Latest

Blog Posts

admin July 15th, 2024

In an increasingly interconnected world, where technology drives every facet of life, even the weather predictions we rely on may […]

admin July 10th, 2024

There is a scene in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation where Tom Cruise is hanging onto the outside of a […]

admin July 10th, 2024

Regulated and sovereign markets across the world have stringent requirements stipulating certain important data be kept within geographical borders or […]