Users who pay for premium features on Twitter Inc. should be able to authenticate and see no ads.
Twitter’s new board member and billionaire told investor Michael Burry he’ll get his account’s authentication checkmark back and suggested the company give a checkmark to all Twitter Blue users.
Users in the U.S, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand can subscribe to Twitter and access premium features such as ad-free content and retraction of tweets.
After gaining a 9.2% stake in Twitter and winning a board seat, Musk has already criticized the lack of an edit button and how little celebrities like Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift post on Twitter.
Musk will answer employee questions at a company meeting next week with Twitter Chief Executive Officer Parag Agrawal. As part of that, he conducted a poll on whether Twitter should convert its headquarters into a homeless shelter, criticizing its return-to-office policy that allows employees to work remotely forever.