Elon Musk has revealed the launch date of the new verification system. According to Musk’s recent tweet, Twitter will tentatively launch Verified on Friday next week or December 2nd. Earlier Musk had promised that the launch date would be November 29 but later postponed it indefinitely. He also shared some details about the verification system.
In response to a tweet, Musk assured that Twitter will tentatively launch Verified next week. “Sorry for the delay, we are tentatively launching Verified on Friday next week,” he said in the tweet.
He explained the new color coding system for verified ticks. Musk said in his tweet, “Gold checks for companies, gray checks for government, blue checks for individuals (celebrity or not) and all verified accounts will be manually verified before the check is activated. Painful, but Is necessary.”
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In another tweet, he confirmed that people will continue to get the blue checkmark. He added, “All verified individual humans will have the same blue check, because the threshold of what constitutes “notable” is otherwise very subjective. Individuals may have secondary smaller logos that show they belong to an organization if Verified by that organization. Long explanation weeks ahead.”
Sorry for the delay, we are tentatively launching Verified on Friday next week.
Gold check for companies, gray check for government, blue for individuals (celebrity or not) and all verified accounts will be manually authenticated before the check is activated.
Painful, but necessary.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 25, 2022
Next week the complete system will be revealed. Musk initially tried to introduce an $8 Twitter Blue subscription but had to withdraw it within hours. Musk later promised that the feature needed to be “concrete,” so he planned to launch it on November 29. They teased it before announcing the final launch date today.