Twitter will restart account verification and add new profile tags

Twitter has shared some of its projects by 2021. Not only will it open up your new account verification system, but it also promises to improve some aspects of platform dynamics.

Some of these changes will begin to be implemented starting in January. We tell you all the details.

Twitter to start verifying new accounts

We had already mentioned that Twitter was planning to launch a new account verification system in 2021. A system with new rules and requirements. And now expand some details.

For example, you mentioned that the process opens on January 20, 2021. So from that date, users will be able to apply to verify their account from the Settings section of the Twitter web version or the app.

According to the Twitter team, users will be asked to select a category and verify their identity with the presentation of documentation and links. The review process will be done by combining the work of the Twitter team with its automated systems.

Twitter explains what the new policies are for your account verification system at this link. While all users will be able to participate in this application, it does not mean that everyone gets the long-awaited verification.

Profile tags for bots and memorial accounts

Twitter also mentioned that it will work to distinguish different types of accounts. Following the same dynamics that were applied with politician accounts during elections in the United States, he plans to differentiate automated accounts (bots) and memorial accounts.

As for bots, Twitter wants users to be able to easily identify these accounts and not to be confused. On the other hand, it plans to implement the commemorative accounts. To do this, you will need to develop a system, which allows family members to request that the account of their deceased family member remain on the platform under this criterion.

They have not yet given details about this process, so we will have to wait for Twitter to expand the information by 2021.

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