Twitter has announced a plan to relaunch the process of users’ identification and solicits feedback from their subscribers in 2021 after three years of pausing their public verification program.
Posting on their blog, the American microblogging and social networking service announced that the proposed relaunch plan will include a revised public application process which begins with a revision to the definition of verified accounts, eligibility,and reasons for disqualification policy.
“The proposed relaunch plans in 2021 are said to include a revised public application process that begins with a revision to the definition of verified accounts, eligibility, and possible reasons for profile disqualification.”
Twitter has further defined six categories of account users to include government, companies, Brands, news, entertainment, sports, activists, organizers and other influential individuals.
“Six categories of account users have been defined to include Government, Companies, Brands and Non- Profit Organizations, News, Entertainment, Sports, Activists, Organizers, and Other Influential Individuals.”
The microblogging and social network company has publicly opened the feedback from subscribers which commenced on the 24th of November 2020 and opened until December, 8, 2020.
“The feedback period commenced on November 24, 2020, and is open to the public till December 8, 2020.”
The responses will however be reviewed, considered, and communicated with the team for appropriate training.
The final verification policy is released on December 17, 2020.