Twitter Blue Tick :

The world’s richest man, Elon Musk bought Twitter, one of the largest whales in the social media ocean for a whopping $44 billion and is now the owner of this bluebird.

So what next?

Since the day he walked into Twitter’s Headquarters holding a sink, he began reworking its infrastructure by laying off the firm’s top officers, that includes its now-former CEO Parag Agarwal with a $100 million payout, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Ned Segal, and legal affairs and policy chief Vijaya Gadde.

According to a report published by The Verge, Elon Musk has set a deadline for his Twitter employees to bring up the paid verification feature on Twitter, that is by November 7th, employees failing to meet the Twitter Blue Tick deadline will be sent home, the report stated.

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The task assigned to the Twitter employees specifically is to have the company’s optional $4.99 per month subscription pack change into a little expensive one and get Twitter Blue Tick officially verified for $19.99 for the new Twitter Blue Subscription.

Under this new Twitter Blue Tick plan, the current verified users would have a 90-days notice period to subscribe or lose their Twitter Blue Tick Status.

The teams working on this feature were notified of this on Sunday and were given November 7th as the deadline according to the report.

Even before the mega deal of Twitter, Musk was concerned about how the company verified accounts, and handled bots, and stated that he would revamp the process.

“The whole verification process is being revamped right now,” he tweeted.

Elon Musk without delays has stepped up to make changes, starting with changing its homepage for logged-out users. It is claimed that he has brought in top Tesla engineers into Twitter as his advisors.

The Twitter Blue Subscription has launched a year ago, the subscriber is entitled to view ad-free articles from certain publishers and has the option to customize their Twitter pages.


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