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Tuesday, July 25, 2023 at 12:00 AM
A day after Twitter’s owner’s announcement, Twitter has changed its identity Elon Musk Things started to change at the social media company, where the company will have a new name and a new brand identity. First, CEO Linda Iaccarino shared the company’s new logo, then Musk updated his profile picture, changing the logo for both Musk and Iaccarino from a “blue bird” to an “X.”
Thus the CEO
It’s very rare – in life or business – that you get a second chance to make another big impact. Twitter had a huge impact and changed the way we communicate now X will go further, changing the global cityscape.
X is the future state of infinite communication – voice, video, messaging and payments/banking – creating a global marketplace of ideas, goods, services and opportunities.
Over the years, fans and critics alike have pushed Twitter to dream bigger, innovate faster, and realize our greatest potential. X will do that and more.
We’re starting to see what the X looks like with rapid feature introductions over the last eight months, but it’s still just the beginning.
There is absolutely no limit to this change. X will be a platform that can offer, well… everything. Elon Musk and I look forward to working with our teams and each of our partners to bring X to the world.
Twitter’s main building is lit up with an “X”.
Yaccarino and Musk shared separate photos of the headquarters building in San Francisco, the building lit up and the building displaying a new logo, the “X.com” domain redirected to Twitter.com, and the Twitter ID renamed to X.
Changes are underway at the company, as at the time of writing the “Bird” logo can still be seen in several places, and when Marcus Brownlee tweeted from users Network light Musk replied that he would contact the site on Twitter, saying, “Not for long.”
There’s no word on what those tweets will be called, as they’ve been echoing on Twitter so far. “Old habits die hard, don’t they so-called tweets?” Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey also welcomed the change, writing on Twitter.
Musk is said to have sent an email to Twitter employees last night saying that Company X would become X and that this would be the last time they would send an email from a Twitter address. Company X is under X Corp technology.