You may soon get a blue tick on Twitter

You may soon get a blue tick on Twitter

You may soon get a blue tick on Twitter

If you’re a Twitter user and looking forward to get a blue tick against your name, here is a good news for you. Now Twitter is becoming a biggest social media platform as we’re heading towards digital world. We’ve already witnessed that now users on social media are expressing more interest on Instagram and Twitter rather than Facebook. Last year Twitter closed the verification process and nobody was getting their profile under verification process. But finally Twitter is going to re-open it’s verification process and this is a good news for many users.

As per the reports, CEO of Twitter has mentioned that we’re working towards allowing users to have a verified account. Now the intentions are open from our side that verification process will be open to everyone. All you have to do is to verify few facts about yourself, so that Twitter can authenticate your identity.

In the past 2017 Twitter suspended that verification feature as it was given to some of the controversial users. Twitter was asking users to fill a form that why they should get the Twitter account verification. After that they found that few accounts related to cryptocurrency were running scams on that particular platform. We all hope now everything is okey and things will be back to normal.

Stay tuned for more updates on  blue tick on Twitter and other Latest Web Technology News updates.

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