Musk says Twitter Blue users can now 'downvote' through mute and block signals

Musk had launched its new Twitter Blue subscription service with colour ticks for individuals, business, government and government organisations. The new features include blue tick for verified individuals, gold tick to denote business and grey tick for governments and government organisation.

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Published on: 18 Dec 2022 4:24 AM GMT
Musk says Twitter Blue users can now downvote through mute and block signals
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Elon Musk has announced new changes to the Twitter's Blue Verified, this after the controversy over abrupt suspension of accounts of several journalists who cover the social media platform."Twitter will start incorporating mute & block signals from Blue Verified (not Legacy Blue) as downvotes", the 51-year-old tycoon tweeted.

The Twitter owner said that all the user actions will factor into a neural network model for a tweet and the account tweeting, including positive actions.

"As user accounts develop credibility, their actions will have greater weight, similar to how @CommunityNotes works", he added. Musk also said that it will be now easier to read tweets from just those accounts you follow and other tweet curations.

Few days ago, Musk had launched its new Twitter Blue subscription service with colour ticks for individuals, business, government and government organisations. The new features include blue tick for verified individuals, gold tick to denote business and grey tick for governments and government organisation. The Android users will pay $8 per month for the verification badge, but iPhone users will have to share $11a month.

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