Three Types of Accounts Are Likely to Be Introduced on Twitter
After Elon Musk took control of Twitter, where Twitter announced an $8 monthly fee for Blue Tick, the news has come out that all accounts on Twitter will be divided into three categories.
Esther Crawford, the head of the Twitter Blue service, has confirmed that three categories of accounts will likely be introduced on the platform.
According to the American broadcaster CNBC, Twitter's product manager and the head of Twitter Blue Key also confirmed that to get a blue tick on Twitter, like the first one, texts or other legal documents are required to show your identity. Documents will not have to be provided.
According to what he said, now every user on Twitter is likely to be given a blue tick for a monthly fee of $8.
Similarly, he said that individuals or organizations with a Blue Tick and would be charged the monthly fee would also see the label 'Official' next to their account.
Esther Crawford said that under the new plan, all accounts on Twitter would be divided into three types or categories, one of which will be 'official', the second will be a blue tick, and the third will be 'unlabeled' accounts.
He further said that under the new plan, there would be no pressure on the users to get the service of Twitter Blue, but they will be free to pay the monthly fee or not, but those who will not subscribe to the service their Accounts will remain 'unlabelled'.
According to him, all institutions, organizations, leaders, and well-known personalities will be included in the categories of 'official'; some ordinary journalists and workers may also be included in the said category.
He should have specified how long the new plan would be implemented but said that work is going on fast.
Before the new details, Elon Musk had announced that all Blue Tick accounts would have to pay an $8 monthly fee, or their Blue Tick would be removed.
However, later there were reports that there was also a possibility that all users would be given Blue Tick for a monthly fee of $8. Now, all Twitter accounts will be divided into three categories.
Elon Musk took control of Twitter last month on October 28. He bought Twitter for $44 billion in April 2022. Now the platform is his sole property; previously, he had several shareholders.