Twitter will remove legacy blue checkmarks
Twitter will remove legacy blue checkmarks

On March 24, Twitter announced that it would remove legacy blue checkmarks from user accounts starting April 1.

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When legacy blue checkmark holders click on their checkmarks, a pop-up reads, “This is a legacy verified account. It may or may not be notable.” But now ‘legacy blue checkmarks’ will be removed.

This action is being taken as Twitter Blue, owned by Elon Musk, extends its subscription service globally.

Prior to Musk’s acquisition, a checkmark on Twitter was used to confirm that certain people and organizations were indeed notable, active, and real accounts. Verified checkmarks were provided at no cost.

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