Twitter is all set to relaunch its new verification application process. As per the announcement, the microblogging platform site is beginning with six categories, and review public applications globally to help users earn the blue badge on Twitter.
What are the 6 categories you need to qualify for getting blue badge?
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If you want to qualify for Twitter verification, then you must fit in any one of the following 6 categories listed below:
2. Companies, brands and organisations
3. News organisations and journalists
5. Sports and gaming
6. Activists, organisers, and other influential individuals
More categories will be introduced by Twitter later this year, such as those for scientists, academics and religious leaders. As per the information everyone on Twitter will start to see the new verification application directly in the Account Settings tab over the next few weeks.
For the full rundown of our verification policy and details on what makes an account notable and active, and what makes an account ineligible for a blue badge:
— Twitter Verified (@verified) May 20, 2021
The company in a blog post said, “We’re gradually rolling it out to everyone to ensure that we can review applications in a timely manner.”
Once an applicant submits his/her application, he/she can expect an emailed response within a few days. However, the reply can take up to a few weeks depending on how many open applications are in the queue.
If your application is approved, you’ll see the blue badge automatically on your profile. In case you think there has been a mistake then you can re-apply 30 days after receiving the Twitter decision on your application.
The blue verified badge on Twitter lets people know that an account of public interest is authentic.
“Over the past several months, we’ve been working to bring clarity to the verification eligibility criteria and launched a new policy shaped by public feedback. We also started enforcing that policy by automatically removing the verified badge from accounts that no longer meet the updated criteria for verification, such as those that are inactive or incomplete. We’re grateful for all who participated in our public feedback period and shared ideas for how we can improve verification on Twitter,” it wrote.