New developments continue to occur on Twitter, which has recently come across much different news. Finally, the company announced that it will launch a multi-color verification system for its users this week. According to a tweet shared by Elon Musk, companies will receive a gold checkmark, government officials will receive a gray checkmark, and the blue checkmark will be allocated to individuals, even if they are not celebrities.
We talked about the gray checkmark before. Esther Crawford, head of the Twitter Blue service, said certain accounts related to government accounts, business companies, business partners, major media outlets, publishers, and some public figures would receive a gray “official check” to distinguish them from other users, the. With the new news, these colors seem a little more diversified.
Musk also added that Twitter will manually verify all verifications before the new verification system goes live. Earlier, Elon Musk stated that newly created accounts must wait 90 days from the date of account creation before they can purchase a Twitter Blue subscription. Because when Twitter launched its new verification program for the first time on November 9, many accounts began to imitate brands, athletes, and celebrities. This caused Twitter to immediately halt the project. The company wants to prevent this with the new policy.
Elon Musk recently announced that he will be an amnesty to suspended accounts. While trying to prevent imitations, the desire to reactivate suspended accounts also confused them. There has been no up-to-date statement from the company on this issue.