Twitter is again taking your requests for a blue verification badge
Twitter has returned verification applications in the wake of stopping them a week ago, Twitter reported on Tuesday. The pause, which went set up on Friday, came only eight days after the formal relaunch of verification applications on May 20th.
At the point when Twitter originally resumed verification applications in May, it said that reactions to applications would return “within a few days,” but warned that they may take up to “a few weeks” contingent upon the volume of applications the organization got. It’s not clear in the event that you ought to expect comparable timetables for a response following the pause and reopening.
Twitter didn’t immediately reply to a request for comment.
With Twitter’s new verification program, anybody can apply to get a blue check mark that means somebody as a verified user. Notwithstanding, just six categories of accounts actually qualify for verification, as per Twitter’s revamped criteria: government; organizations, brands, and associations; news associations and writers; entertainment; sports and gaming; and activists, coordinators, and other influential people.