Twitter Verification Process for a Blue Badge Restarted after Pause

Yesterday, after a week-long pause, Twitter said that it had resumed the blue badge verification. On 20 May, after four years of lapse, this verification program was restarted. After only a few weeks of relaunching it, the business stopped its Twitter verification process for blue tick. Twitter gave no cause to pause but promised to resume this process soon.

The company tweeted about the restart of users' verification requests now after almost 5 days. The company did not reveal any reason to stop the procedure even though the entire process became transparent.


When the company started verifying a blue badge, it said that its response to these requests will take around a week. Once the user's application is approved, Twitter has revealed that he will get a blue tick badge on his profile that makes it authentic. However, if a request is disapproved for any reason, within 30 days, it may be reapplied.

You need just to go to the Settings and privacy section, > Account > Verification request on the Twitter app or Settings > Your account information > Account information > If you are not sure how to run the Twitter Verification program, Request for a Twitter website verification request to be verified.

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