Twitter Legacy Blue Check Marks Are Going Away On April 1

Twitter legacy blue check marks are going away the next month on April 1 to be precise. The social media platform is now finally ready to draw the curtain on its legacy-verified program in the coming month.

Twitter Legacy Blue Check Marks Are Going Away On April 1

Twitter Legacy Blue Check Marks Are Going Away On April 1

Social media platform Twitter will start winding down its legacy verified program on April 1, the company in a tweet on Thursday said, and this is including taking away legacy blue check marks from accounts on the platform.

The set move is coming after Twitter on Thursday said that its paid subscription program, Twitter Blue, is now available all over the world. It was already available in the US and a host of many other countries.

Twitter Blue Price and Availability

Twitter Blue, which costs $8 a month on the web and on the other hand $11 on iOS and Android in the United States, gives users a lot of perks on the social media site, and this is including a blue check mark next to their name and the ability to edit tweets and to also upload higher-quality videos on the platform. Companies will have to pay $1,000 a month for a Twitter Blue in the United States. Twitter also states that many more features such as prioritized ranking in replies, mentions, and search, as well as seeing a few ads are coming soon to the platform.

The Objective of Twitter Blue

Prior to Twitter’s takeover back in October by CEO Elon Musk, verified Twitter accounts were free as well as dedicated primarily to celebrities, journalists, politicians, brands, and other notable persons and figures. The transition from free verified accounts to a paid subscription program on the platform is one-way Musk is attempting to make the platform more profitable.



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