Twitter has resumed the verification process, allowing users to apply for a blue flag or badge on their profile. The new verification phase began on May 21 but was abruptly canceled earlier this week to review all applications. Nearly three years later, Twitter resumed the verification process earlier this year.
The company said the verified blue badge shows people that the public interest account is authentic. He added that personal information “needs to be truthful, exciting and active” to be eligible. There are multiple ways to check your Twitter profile to verify its authenticity. However, the process varies from profession to profession. To understand the blue badge verification process, here are some basics.
Twitter recommends that in the “known” section, accounts that meet the verification criteria must come from an established organization, company, or institution. Authentic requires users to meet a list of basic criteria, which includes a profile photo, a valid profile, and other basic information. After all, the “active” account must have been active for the past six months.
The user categories eligible for Twitter verification this time include government and government officials, news organizations and journalists, companies, brands and organizations, entertainment organizations and individuals, sports teams, organizations and individuals, activists, organizers, and “influencers.” People” as well as scientists, scholars and religious leaders for the first time.
If your account meets the above requirements, you should monitor whether the account verification option appears in your account settings after it appears, you can click on it to start the process. Please select the appropriate category you belong to, show your official ID and receive a reply. Twitter claims that it may take a week to 30 days after the reply is sent. The reply from Twitter will be sent to you Inbox of, but if confirmed, a blue checkmark will automatically appear in your profile.