Twitter has seen a ton of changes ever since Elon Musk acquired it. First paid verification marks and then Tweet viewing limits. However, this new change introduced is probably the biggest seen yet. Elon Musk is officially changing Twitter to X. This also means that the iconic Twitter Bird will not be the mascot anymore. This is the first time the platform has seen these drastic branding changes since 2006.
Twitter to X
Earlier this weekend, Musk tweeted, “And soon we shall bid adieu to the Twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds.” He did state that he has yet to find a good enough logo yet. It appears that the group did come up with a strong logo because Musk shared a video of the X logo on his Twitter page. The new logo can be seen on Elon Musk’s profile.
Musk stated that the X.com name will now send users to Twitter in a different tweet. This raises the possibility that Twitter.com will eventually disappear. The bluebird no longer knows Twitter’s official handle. The handle’s display name now reads “X,” and the bird has been replaced.
A court document states that Twitter Inc. no longer exists after being merged into X Corp. Privately held company X Corp. was established in Nevada and has its main office in San Francisco, California. According to the documents, Musk is the president of both the firm and its parent, X Holdings Corp, which was also established in March, at the time the merger was submitted on March 15.
Musk has repeatedly stated his intention to build the Everything app, X, which could become the user’s go-to app for a variety of requirements. He had posted on the microblogging website “buying Twitter is an accelerant to creating X, the everything app.”