Twitter heel up features for paid subscribers

Paid users of social media company X known as Twitter can now hide their verification checkmarks as part of the company’s rebranding exercise.

Elon Musk’s twitter had introduced paid verification when it relaunched its Twitter Blue.

The service network was renamed to XBlue during the ongoing rebranding exercise.

According to the company, it has its help page for paid subscriptions updated and stressing that if subscribers hide the checkmark and some features could still reveal that the subscriber have an active subscription.

It also maintained that some features may not be available while the checkmark is hidden as the company continues to evolve the feature to make it better.

The development is believed to help users maximise their subscription features without showing that they are a verified account as the option to hide the checkmark will show up in the “Profile customization” section of account settings.

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