Twitter has finalized arrangements to start billing users on some special features on its platform starting from April 1st 2023.
The blue app has hinted that its free blue “verified” checkmarks for notable users might finally end.
Recall that Billionaire businessman, Elon Musk took charge of the company few months ago and it has witness drastic changes since then.
Musk had hinted at removing the “legacy” checkmarks that confirmed users’ identities like government officials, corporations, journalists, celebrities and other high-profile tweeters.
According to Musk, the app management will start to charge on some particular features starting from April 1st.
“On April 1, we will begin winding down our legacy verified program and removing legacy verified checkmarks,” the company tweeted Thursday.
Twitter Blue is a subscription service that Musk relaunched late last year, costing individuals $84 a year or $8 a month.
Since Musk emergence as the Twitter CEO a lot of changes has occur and he has promised to bring more on board.
Twitter, Inc. is an American social media company based in San Francisco, California. The company operates the social networking service Twitter. It previously operated the Vine short video app and Periscope livestreaming service.