Elon Musk’s Twitter will soon allow organizations to identify which accounts are affiliated with them, according to a tweet from the platform’s owner on Sunday.
“Twitter will allow organizations to identify which other Twitter accounts are actually associated with them,” said the Tesla owner and now Twitter CEO.
A Twitter user @JohnKrausPhotos asked Musk if any user could be or create an organization or if Twitter would decide what constitutes an organization.
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“Ultimately, I think there’s no choice but Twitter to be the final arbiter, but I’m open to suggestions,” Musk said.
He told another user that organizations could manage memberships, so if an employee changes jobs, they won’t have to notify Twitter.
Musk took over Twitter on October 28 and has been looking for ways to abolish fake accounts ever since.
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Plans, while fluid at times, include the rollout of Twitter Blue, where for $8 a month users can get a blue checkmark on their profile.
Last week, Musk put the subscription service on hiatus when an influx of fake accounts appeared. He then returned to some users his verified credential.
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For less than a few hours last week, a proposal was on the table to give companies a gray check mark, but that was taken off the table after strong criticism from the public.