Twitter no more: Elon Musk says platform URL has officially shifted to

After taking over Twitter, turning the app around in terms of how it worked, and renaming it to X, Elon Musk has announced the final step in the transition, the URL of the platform has officially been shifted to
Twitter no more: Elon Musk says platform URL has officially shifted to
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It’s officially not Twitter anymore. It’s X. In a tweet post shared a few hours ago, Elon Musk has announced that all core systems of X, are now At the time of writing the story, we verified that the URL is now being redirected to The new X login now also displays a message stating that the company is changing the URL, but privacy and data protection will remain intact.

Post 2022, when Musk took over Twitter, tweets were renamed to posts. He encouraged the audience to call them posts and the logo went on to become X. Even after changing several details, including rebranding the company, the mobile app, subscription based policy; Musk was still in the fight to change the platform URL.

In August 2023, the marketing copy declared, “The X app is the trusted digital town square for everyone." The app has a new slogan, too: "Blaze your glory!"

Last month, Musk announced that X will soon be charging new users for using the most basic Twitter functionalities, including posting, liking, bookmarking or even retweeting a post. The subscription is said to have only a “small fee”-- $1 annually, which translates to approx Rs 100 in India. For now Musk tested the feature in New Zealand and the Philippines but has plans to soon push it globally.

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Twitter no more: Elon Musk says platform URL has officially shifted to

Musk also announced that people with more than 2,500 verified subscribers will get access to all Premium features on X for free. "Going forward, all X accounts with over 2500 verified subscriber followers will get Premium features for free and accounts with over 5000 will get Premium+ for free," Musk's tweet reads.

Improving the social media platform, Musk also revealed that xAI’s chatbot, Grok will soon be accessible to all premium subscribers.

Early this year, Musk also claimed that the Indian government had issued orders asking the social media platform to take action on specific accounts and posts. In February 2024, the post written on X's Global Government Affairs, the company disagreed with the move, stating that the posts should not be withheld on the grounds of freedom of expression. It, however, said it would comply with the Indian government's order.

While keeping up with these many changes is a little hard, undoubtedly Musk is at the top of the things, especially regarding X.

Source: India Today

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