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Twitter’s relaunching the ‘blue checkmark’ verification process

Twitter is bringing back verification, that process that gives people those little blue check marks next to their names. Supposedly the new process will have clearer guidelines as to who or what qualifies for verification, as that was always somewhat obscure before. The info comes from the ever-reliable Jane Wong on...
Twitter is bringing back verification, that process that gives people those little blue check marks next to their names. Supposedly the new process will have clearer guidelines as to who or what qualifies for verification, as that was always somewhat obscure before. The info comes from the ever-reliable Jane Wong on Twitter, who showed screenshots of an updated settings menu that includes the words “request verification.” There’s a new section on the Account menu in the settings called “Personal Information,” which shows “Profile,” and “Request verification.” Beyond that, the menu is empty. Twitter is working on “Request Verification” 👀 (I’m… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
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