Twitter is Relaunching Twitter Blue this Monday: Users Get to Enjoy a Lot Many Features Including the Blue Check Mark

Twitter is bringing back Twitter Blue tomorrow 12th December 2022. Users can subscribe to enjoy a lot of features including the blue check mark.

Here’s More About Twitter Blue

Twitter is re-launching Twitter Blue and users can subscribe to it. Users will enjoy features like 1080 pixels video uploads, reader mode, an edit tweet option, and a blue check mark.

Subscribing to Twitter Blue will also make the users’ accounts prioritize tweets from verified accounts. They will only see half the ads compared to other users.

Twitter Blue users will be able to post longer videos and will get to enjoy early access to Twitter’s select features from Twitter Blue Lab.

Subscribers will also be allowed to change their Twitter handles display names and profile photos. But when they do so, they’ll lose the blue check mark temporarily, which will be given back after reviewing their account again.

Twitter is also planning to replace the “official” label with a gold check mark for business accounts and a grey check mark for government and other multi-lateral accounts.

Twitter-web users can subscribe to Twitter Blue for $8 per month and iOS users can subscribe for $11 per month.

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