Twitter Blue, which Elon Musk is presently rebranding to X Blue, now consists of the choice to cover the infamous blue checkmark. Twitter Blue subscribers lately began noticing the “cover your blue checkmark” choice on the net and in cellular apps, providing the flexibility to cover that they’re paying for Twitter and keep away from memes about how “this mf paid for twitter.”
“The checkmark shall be hidden in your profile and posts,” notes a Twitter support article. “The checkmark should seem in some locations and a few options might nonetheless reveal you’ve gotten an energetic subscription. Some options might not be accessible whereas your checkmark is hidden.”
Should you subscribe to Twitter Blue the service will now add an non-compulsory blue checkmark to your profile with a “verified since” date hooked up. Legacy verified accounts embrace the date an account was initially verified on Twitter earlier than the Blue subscription system.
Twitter proprietor Elon Musk is presently rebranding the service to X in a bid to create an “all the pieces app” that may probably embrace some type of a funds system sooner or later. The little blue hen disappeared final week, changed with an “interim” X emblem that briefly appeared on prime of Twitter’s San Francisco workplace constructing within the type of an extravagant flashing and strobing X signal. There are nonetheless loads of locations the place X refers to Twitter, and even the X Blue subscription page mentions Twitter Blue loads of instances.