Twitter Blue subscribers can reportedly hide their blue checks now. Subscribers of Twitter/X can now hide that which they are paying for and in the process get to avoid the whole mess and memes altogether.
Twitter Blue Subscribers Blue Checks
Twitter Blue, which as you should know Elon Musk is at the moment rebranding to X Blue, is now inclusive of the option to hide the notorious blue checkmark. Subscribers of Twitter Blue just recently started to notice the “hide your blue checkmark” option on the web as well as in mobile apps, thus offering subscribers the ability to hide that which they are paying for on Twitter and therefore avoiding the memes regarding how “this mf paid for Twitter.”
“The checkmark will be hidden on your profile and posts,” a Twitter support article notes. “The checkmark may still appear in some places and some features could still reveal you have an active subscription. Some features may not be available while your checkmark is hidden.”
The Use of Twitter Blue Check Verification System Before Elon Musk
Twitter prior to this made use of a blue checkmark verification system for account recognition or credibility, but when Elon Musk began letting anyone to be “verified” via a Blue subscription it briefly descended into chaos with tons of fake accounts. Then everyone soon got to realize who was paying to be verified on Twitter just before Twitter eventually took away blue checkmarks from legacy verified accounts and then changed how verified checkmarks were displayed multiple times. Blue checkmarks as you should know are also assigned to users with one million or more than followers.
If you get to subscribe to Twitter Blue, the service will now add an optional blue checkmark to your profile with a “verified since” date attached to it. Legacy verified accounts on the other hand include the date an account was originally verified on Twitter just before the Blue subscription system.
Twitter owner Elon Musk is at the moment rebranding the service to X in a bid to create an “everything app” that will very much likely include some form of a payments system in the future to come. The little blue bird as you know unfortunately disappeared in the previous week, replaced with an “interim” X logo that shortly appeared on top of the San Francisco office building of Twitter in the form of an extravagant flashing and strobing X sign. There are still many places where X refers to Twitter, and even the X Blue subscription page on the other hand mentions Twitter Blue plenty of times.
What Is Twitter Blue
Twitter Blue for those persons that don’t know is a subscription service for users of Twitter that offers verification, few in-feed ads, and many other features on the social media platform. The whole point of the subscription service is that it allows you to get access to premium features as well as benefits on the app. Subscribers get to enjoy expanded reach, prioritized tweets, as well as other many features that make conversing on the former blue bird app very much easy.
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