In the past, getting a blue tick on Twitter was a highly desired feature that required an application. But when Elon Musk took charge, he made a controversial move, making users pay $8 for verification, which turned the feature into a meme subject.
To address the issue, Twitter has now introduced a feature for paid subscribers that was previously leaked. Subscribers can choose to hide their verification badge from other users.
However, the checkmark may still show up in certain places, and some features might be limited while the checkmark is hidden. This option is available for Twitter Blue subscribers in their Account Settings.