Twitter change theirs checkmark policy

The Twitter blue check mark is a symbol that appears next to a user's name on Twitter to indicate that the account has been verified by Twitter as authentic and belonging to the person or organization it claims to represent. The blue check mark helps Twitter users identify high-profile accounts and reduces the likelihood of impersonation and misinformation.

Twitter Verified checkmark

At the beginning to obtain a blue check mark on Twitter, a user must submit a request for verification and provide proof of their identity or affiliation with a brand or organization. Twitter typically verifies accounts that are in the public interest, such as those belonging to celebrities, journalists, or public figures.


But since the takeover of Elon Musk this has change a lot, at first it was possible to buy that check bothering a lot of people because it goes against the philosophy of the community, then it went a period of small changes but now it seems that the blue bird company has find a way to come in peace with it.


Twitter's made 'legacy' verified blue ticks indistinguishable from paid ones, Previously, clicking or tapping on a blue tick badge in a user's profile would cause a window to pop up offering one of two explanations. If the badge belonged to a legacy verified account, the text would read, "This account is verified because it’s notable in government, news, entertainment, or another designated category." In contrast, if the user paid Twitter for their little blue badge, the window would instead read, "This account is verified because it’s subscribed to Twitter Blue."


We don’t know what will happen to this verified checkmark and what will be next change in twitters policy about it, but we are sure it will make the news.