Twitter is going to make a username cleanup that have not been used on the social network for years that will affect some 1.5 billion accounts, and is currently working on a software update so that users can know if they have made themselves invisible on the social network.
The owner and CEO of Twitter, Elon Muskhas announced the release of millions of accounts, which will mean the removal of millions of accounts that have not tweeted or logged in in years.
In total, the tycoon estimates that they will release some 1.5 billion accounts, in order to release the name they use, so that it is available to other users, as he has pointed out on his personal Twitter profile.
“True account status” feature
Musk has also announced a novelty that will allow users to know the “true statement of your account”, so they can check if your profile and posts have been classified as unfit to be shown to other users and the reasons for which it has been decided. They may also appeal this situation.
This novelty will depend on a software update that the platform is already working on, and is similar to the announcement that Instagram recently made, introducing a space for professional users where they can check if their content is eligible to appear as recommended and if it is not, see the reasons why it has been ruled out, and you can also request a review of said decision.