Twitter Blue Tick Subscribers May Now Conceal Their Blue Checks!.
Twitter Blue, which Elon Musk is now renaming as X Blue, now includes the ability to conceal the notorious blue checkmark. Twitter Blue users have just discovered the “Hide Your Blue Checkmark” option on the site and in mobile apps, which allows them to conceal the fact that they pay for Twitter and prevent memes about how “this mf paid for Twitter.”
“The checkmark will be hidden on your profile and posts,” Twitter says on its support website. “The checkmark may still appear in a few places, and certain features can continue to reveal that you have an active subscription.” Certain functionalities may be disabled while your checkbox is hidden. bled while your checkmark is hidden. “Twitter used to use a blue checkmark verification method for account identification or trustworthiness, but when Elon Musk started allowing anyone to be “confirmed” through a Blue membership, the service briefly devolved into chaos with bogus accounts.”
After that, everyone quickly understood who was paying to be verified on Twitter, and Twitter finally deleted blue checkmarks from legacy verified accounts and modified how verified checkmarks were shown many times. Users with one million or more followers are also given a blue checkmark. If you subscribe to Twitter Blue, the service will now add a blue checkmark to your profile along with a “verified since” date. Legacy-verified accounts indicate the date an account was first verified on Twitter before the implementation of the Blue subscription scheme.
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Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, is now rebranding the service as X to build an “everything app” that will most likely incorporate some type of payment mechanism in the future. The bluebird vanished last week, replaced with an “interim” X logo that temporarily flashed on top of Twitter’s San Francisco office building in the shape of a flashing and strobing X sign. There are still several references to Twitter in X, and the X Blue membership page cites Twitter Blue numerous times.