An option to hide the ``blue checkmark indicating that you are a paid user'' is now available on X reborn from Twitter
X Blue (formerly Twitter Blue), a paid subscription service. The blue check mark, which was once a proof of a celebrity , is now a proof of a paid user, but an option has been added to hide it.
In X reborn from Twitter, you can add a blue checkmark (verified badge) next to your account name by subscribing to
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X has renamed its paid subscription service Twitter Blue to X Blue and has updated the X Blue help page with an option to hide the blue checkmark that identifies you as a paying user. announced.
About X Blue
The help page introduces the functions that can be used by subscribing to X Blue, and 'Hide the check mark' is quietly added to it.
As the help page explains, 'Subscribers can choose to hide the checkmark on their account. If they choose, the checkmark will be hidden on their profile and posts. The checkmark will still be visible. Some features may be found to have an active subscription, some features may not be available while the checkmark is hidden. We will continue to evolve this function and make it even better.' By hiding the check mark, one of the functions that can be used by subscribing to X Blue There seems to be a case where the part becomes unusable.
The option to hide the checkmark is available under 'Profile Customization' in your account settings.
In addition, reverse engineer Alessandro Paluzzi tweeted in March 2023, ``We are working on developing an option to hide the blue checkmark that appears when Twitter joins Twitter Blue.'' rice field.
#Twitter keeps working on the ability to control everything related to account verification and identity by adding the option to show or hide your blue checkmark on your profile ???? pic.twitter.com/6uTjBON21N— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) March 21, 2023
Regarding the option to hide the blue check mark, overseas media Ars Technica reports that it is `` a function for users who do not want the public to know that they are donating $ 8 per month to Earon Mask ''.
However, if you post a Tweet of up to 25,000 characters, upload a long video, use bold or italics in your text, use NFTs in your profile picture, or edit your Tweet, Ars Technica also pointed out that even if you hide the blue check mark, you may find out that you are an X Blue user.