Social media company X, formerly known as Twitter has introduced a new feature for paid users that allows them to hide their verification checkmarks.
This feature was initially launched as part of the Twitter Blue relaunch, but now it has been updated and integrated into the ongoing rebranding exercise, with the service being renamed to XBlue.
According to the updated help page titled ‘About Twitter Blue’, subscribers can choose to hide the verification checkmark on their accounts, making it invisible on their profiles and posts.
However, the company mentioned that the checkmark may still be visible in certain places and some features might reveal the user’s active subscription status.
Additionally, some functionalities may not be available while the checkmark is hidden. The company expressed its commitment to continuously improving this feature for its users.