Last November, Twitter had limited account verification requests on its platform. It seems that they have re-thinked their strategy and going to make changes soon.
This week during a live on Periscope, the leaders of the platform mentioned a possible reopening of the verification on Twitter.
“The intention is to open the audit to everyone,” said Dorsey, the CEO, from a conference room at Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco. New changes must take effect, and Twitter wants to do it gradually.
The verified badge is used to inform the real identity of an account and certify that it is not an identity theft.
Recently, Twitter launched its “Bookmarks” feature to save tweets privately for later.