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Twitter To Share More Details About Why You’re Still Not Verified

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The next time your application for that blue tick gets denied, you’ll know exactly why. Twitter recently reopened its verification process to the public, for the first time since 2017.

Now, the app has announced that it plans to offer more detailed explanations when users don’t meet its requirements for verification.

“We’ve heard your feedback that we can be more clear on why an application didn’t get approved. Decision emails will now give more context on why requests don’t meet our criteria,” Twitter said.

Currently, not everyone can apply for verification, though the social media platform has plans to roll it out to all users soon. With its new detailed explanations, while we’re sure will be tactful, it’s unclear how many users could stomach something that essentially reads: “you’re just not famous enough.”

For more information on details on how to get the coveted blue tick, click here.

We’ve heard your feedback that we can be more clear on why an application didn't get approved. Decision emails will now give more context on why requests don't meet our criteria. Here's a breakdown of some things to note before applying again (after 30 days) 🧵— Twitter Verified (@verified) July 9, 2021

[via Mashable, cover image via Primakov / Shutterstock.com]
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