The company changed its name to X Corp after Elon Musk reportedly purchased Twitter in October. This was later seen as Musk’s reflection of his vision to build a super app.

Since Elon Musk took control of the social media platform, there have been many difficulties, including employee layoffs, verification issues, and limitations on how many tweets a user can view at once. Twitter has always drawn the largest audience, but Musk’s most recent Tweet has once again raised doubts in people’s minds.

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Twitter owner Elon Musk
Elon Musk

Elon Musk hints at Twitter logo change

According to reports, Elon Musk shared on Sunday that he was looking forward to changing the logo of the social networking site, adding, “And soon we shall bid adieu to the Twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds”.

Amber Heard‘s ex further shared with the users, “If a good enough X logo is posted tonight, we’ll make (it) go live worldwide tomorrow.” He, according to reports by Reuters, posted an image of a flickering ‘X’ later in the Twitter audio space where when someone asked if he was looking forward to changing the logo of the social media platform, he replied “Yes”. 

According to his tweets, he also asked the users if he should change the platform color to white or black followed by a tweet that read that he loves the negative feedback on the platform. He added, “Vastly preferable to some sniffy censorship bureau!”

The billionaire also explained to the user that the logo should have changed a long time ago. There has been no official statement regarding the change of the logo as of now except Musk’s tweet, but the website says that the logo, which is currently a bluebird, is their most recognizable asset, which is why they are so protective about it.

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Elon Musk hints the change in Twitter’s logo

Shiba Inu Dog earlier replaced Twitter’s blue bird

Back in April, the iconic Twitter blue bird was temporarily replaced by Dogecoin’s Shiba Inu Dog, which eventually led to a surge in the meme coin’s market value.

Twitter has been under the spotlight ever since Elon Musk took over as very recently he announced that the social media platform would now limit the number of tweets an account can see in a day.

Twitter users also went ahead to react to the probability of the logo changing as someone pointed out that Musk should not do what Mark Zuckerberg did with Oculus because it killed its goodwill as it was turned into Facebook. The user added, “You will make the site entirely about you then, and dial the tribalism to 100% unnecessarily. Unforced error.” 

Shibu Inu Dog and Twitter's Blue Bird
Shibu Inu Dog had earlier replaced Twitter’s Blue Bird

Another user wrote, “This is worse than HBO throwing away their brand recognition and calling it ‘MAX’.” Some users felt on board with Musk’s idea, as they noted, “Do what you think would be more appropriate based on your plan. And if we don’t like it, we will let you know by ranting about it later, but for now, do what you have to do.” 

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Elon Musk hints ‘Twitter Notes’ are making a comeback

According to the report by TechCrunch, Twitter Notes allowed users to publish long-form content that may be coming back on track and has been renamed as Articles. Elon Musk tweeted, “This will allow users to post very long, complex articles with mixed media. You could publish a book if you want.” 

In addition to the same, it was also reported that Twitter is now ready to pay creators for a share of the ad revenue earned from the ads served in the replies and their posts. It was noted that the user who has earned more than 5 million tweet impressions every month for the past three months is eligible to join the creator payouts.

Elon Musk
Elon Musk says Twitter Notes will help users publish a book if they want

Mark Zuckerberg launched Threads and within 24 hours of its launch, Musk and his team accused Zuckerberg and his team of poaching former Twitter employees for creating a very similar Twitter-like platform.

Source: Twitter 

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