Twitter will add more context to emails it sends to those who are rejected after applying to be verified on the platform. Access to the application is limited for now, but should hit everyone soon.
Twitter has reopened the public application process for its verification program after suspending it in 2017. The company introduced new guidelines and policies for the application as well.
Twitter is now gathering feedback for its draft on a new policy that seeks to change how you can request for verification for your account. The verification program will be relaunched early next year.
After a failed attempt in 2016, Twitter is once again going to try its hand at opening up verification. This time, Twitter is actually going to say what's required to be verified on its platform.
Twitter announced today that it would finally be opening up its verification process - a feature that was previously very exclusive. Soon, anyone will be able to apply for a verified account.