- Subscribers can hide their verified checkmarks on profiles and posts.
- Users can also hide subscriptions on X.
- X Blue perks include photo editing, reduced ads, longer posts, and text formatting.
Elon Musk, the owner of X (formerly known as Twitter), is constantly introducing new features and making improvements to the popular platform. Recently, Musk launched a new functionality that allows Blue users to hide their verified checkmarks on their X profiles. According to TechCrunch, X also made changes to the ‘About X Blue’ help page.
With this new feature, subscribers have the option to hide their checkmarks on their profiles and posts by selecting the ‘hide your checkmark’ option. However, the checkmark may still appear in certain places, and some features might indicate that the user has a membership. Although certain functionalities may be unavailable while the checkmark is hidden, the company is working to enhance this aspect.
To use the ‘hide checkmarks’ feature, users need to go to their profile settings and select the appropriate option. Additionally, users have the option to hide their subscriptions on X as well. Subscriptions for X Blue in India remain unchanged, with a cost of Rs 900 per month for phone users and Rs 650 for online users. Subscribers to X Blue enjoy various benefits, including photo editing, reduced advertisements, longer posts, and text formatting.
Despite promoting the X brand aggressively, Elon Musk’s company faced safety concerns raised by authorities. As a result, they were compelled to remove the massive X logo from their headquarters. However, Musk’s dedication to enhancing the platform and providing valuable features to users continues to be evident. The ‘Hide Checkmarks’ feature is one of the recent additions aimed at improving the overall X experience and catering to the preferences of Blue users. As X (formerly Twitter) evolves, more updates and features are expected to further enhance user engagement and satisfaction.