Twitter on Friday announced that its ‘Verification for Organizations’ service is now available globally.

The platform tweeted from its ‘Twitter Verified’ account: “Starting today, Verified Organizations are available globally. We are now sending email invitations to approved organizations from the waitlist.”

According to the company, Verified Organizations are a new way for organizations and their affiliates to differentiate themselves on the micro-blogging platform.

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“Rather than relying on Twitter to be the sole arbiter of truth for which accounts should be verified, vetted organizations that sign up for Verified Organizations are in full control of vetting and verifying accounts they’re affiliated with,” it added.

Accounts, which are affiliated with the organization, will receive an affiliate badge on their profile with the business’s logo, and will also be featured on the organization’s Twitter profile, showing their connection.

“All organizations are vetted before they can join Verified Organizations,” the company mentioned.

‘Verification for Organizations’ service was earlier called ‘Blue for Business’.

Last week, Twitter CEO Elon Musk said that the micro-blogging platform will remove all legacy Blue verified check marks for both individual users and organizations from April 1.

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