Twitter sets a date to launch its new account verification policy
Twitter sets a date to launch its new account verification policy

Twitter announced a few weeks ago that it would re-verify the account early next year and released an entirely new guide for users looking for the little blue badge.

Now it says: It will roll out a new verification account policy on January 20, 2021, nearly three years after the identity verification process ended.

After Twitter confirmed on November 25 that the review would be repeated next year, thousands of users said they had added new guidelines.

Please note that the deadline is not the official re-admission date, so users will have to wait a while longer to receive the blue badge.

Tech Website Verge quotes a Twitter spokesperson as saying: The time to accept the application will start in early 2021, but on January 20, the new policy and badge will go into effect and validation from invalid or incompatible accounts will be removed. Date. New requirements.

New changes to Twitter's verification policy include: More flexible requirements for user profile information to qualify for authentication; More precise and specific conditions for obtaining the Certification Badge; And information about the time of pre-verification of accounts. New instructions for losing their blue ID include the following: If they are inactive or if Twitter determines they are violating their guidelines.

The new category includes government officials - companies, Twitter, Twitter, and nonprofits -. Twitter accounts were reviewed on a case-by-case basis as Twitter temporarily suspended official actions. This includes media outlets, journalists, public figures, entertainment organizations, sports reports, and various "activists, organizers and other influencers". Twitter intends to add to the category list over time.

For users who want to request a verification badge, Twitter will launch a new in-app self-service introduction in early 2021 that will allow applicants to select the authentication category and verify their identity. Twitter said it would use manual and automated systems to verify orders.

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