Twitter Introduces Mandatory Verification for Tweetdeck Users

Twitter Introduces Mandatory Verification for TweetDeck Users

In a recent announcement, social networking platform Twitter revealed that all users of its popular service, TweetDeck, will soon be required to verify their accounts.

Twitter took to its own platform to inform users about the upcoming changes and provided details about the updated version of TweetDeck.

As per the announcement, all user searches, lists, and columns will be seamlessly transferred to the new Twitter deck. When users install the new application for the first time, they will receive a prompt to transfer their existing columns.

The company also mentioned that the Teams feature in TweetDeck is temporarily unavailable but will be reinstated in the following weeks. Moreover, users will need to complete the verification process within 30 days in order to continue using TweetDeck.

Formerly, businesses and news organizations enjoyed free access to TweetDeck, making it a valuable tool for monitoring content effortlessly.

This decision by Twitter is anticipated to have a positive impact on the platform’s revenue, as the company has faced ongoing challenges under the leadership of Elon Musk.

The move concerning TweetDeck comes shortly after a recent statement from Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter.

According to Musk’s tweet, both verified and unverified users will encounter limitations on the number of posts they can read on the platform.

This measure has been implemented by the company to address concerns regarding data scraping and system manipulation.