Twitter revamps verified account label, making it difficult to distinguish between legacy and paid accounts

  • Twitter was supposed to remove legacy verification checkmarks on April 1 but has put those plans on hold.
  • Twitter has revised the label attached to the check mark, making it hard to differentiate between those who earned it and those who paid for it.
  • The new label makes it virtually impossible to distinguish between legacy and paid verified accounts.


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