Elon Musk, who recently assumed control of Twitter, gave his staff the order to establish a new authentication mechanism by November 7. The work that Musk assigned to the team members appears to have been finished. As the new Twitter CEO previously stated, Twitter is formally launching a new verification method as part of the Blue subscription, which is currently $7.99 per month. However, iOS devices are currently receiving the verification system.
However, the redesigned Blue subscription is only available in a select few nations, including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. But this will soon change, as the new Blue membership will also be made available on other platforms. It’s important to remember that the Blue subscription will be accessible anywhere that Twitter is available.
But not everyone using an iOS device can use the new blue tick verification. It appears to be happening in stages. Regardless, not every function is presently included in the Blue subscription tier. Half the advertising, the ability to submit longer videos, and priority ranking for quality material are all soon to be available on iOS devices as part of the Blue subscription package. In the future, hopefully, there will be a lot more than these.
Employees at Twitter are presently preparing to completely implement what Musk requested. Very soon, everyone will be able to use the new subscription-based business model. Possibly a few days from now. Previously, Musk warned Twitter staff that they would all be fired if they didn’t make the modifications by November 7. To reduce operating costs, the business’s new boss had already let go of a number of employees.
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