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How to Hide Your Blue Checkmark on 𝕏/Twitter

The blue checkmark (badge), originally designed to signify authenticity, may not always align with your online objectives. Whether you're a public figure desiring a break from the spotlight, an individual who values anonymity, or someone who wants to explore social media without the weight of a verified status,

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How to Hide Your Blue Checkmark on 𝕏/Twitter
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The blue checkmark (badge), originally designed to signify authenticity, may not always align with your online objectives.

Whether you're a public figure desiring a break from the spotlight, an individual who values anonymity, or someone who wants to explore social media without the weight of a verified status, this tutorial is tailored to your needs.

𝕏 (fka Twitter) will now allow Blue subscribers to hide their checkmarks
Not very long ago, the Twitter blue checkmark was a prestigious tag that helped identify verified accounts of notable public figures or entities on the Twitter platform. But, following Elon Musk’s acquisition of the platform last November, the billionaire rebranded the blue checkmark into a subscr…

The blue verification checkmark, once a coveted symbol of credibility, can now be discreetly tucked away, thanks to 𝕏's evolving customization features.

Our step-by-step instructions will walk you through the process, ensuring that you have full control over your digital presence.

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by Gabriel Ojeh

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