When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Here’s how it works.

Twitter opens the waitlist for Verification for Organisations

Twitter logo

Twitter has opened up applications to businesses today for early access to its new 'Verification for Organisations' program. This tool, which was previously known as Blue for Business, allows organisations access to a suite of features within the platform such as affiliated accounts and verification checkmarks.

These features include the ability to gain differently coloured verification checkmarks, which Twitter is expanding from the original blue into gold which has already been launched for companies, as well as grey for government officials.

Additionally, affiliation badges will be able to be used by people who are a part of the program, which shows which accounts are associated with which business. So a company that has multiple Twitter accounts can show that they are all linked together.

The affiliation badges will appear using the main account's profile picture as the small icon next to where the verification icon sits, and further expands the features that Twitter is providing for its paid subscribers, which Musk has been keen to do since he acquired the company late last year.

Report a problem with article
The Intel logo on a semiconductor
Next Article

Russians can once again download software from Intel, but not easily

Steam library with an assortment of games
Previous Article

Weekend PC Game Deals: Adventure game bundles, RTS to try, and more

Join the conversation!

Login or Sign Up to read and post a comment.

2 Comments - Add comment