X Company
X Company

X Premium users can now hide the shame of their likes

What To Know

  • If you happen to be a premium subscriber of the social networking platform X, previously known as Twitter, you now have the option to conceal your likes section from the view of the general public.
  • It is part of X’s ongoing, determined effort to attract more subscribers, especially in light of the company’s 60 percent decline in advertising revenue in the United States.
  • You can become a premium member for as little as $8 per month or $84 per year, which not only provides early access to new features but also grants you the coveted verified blue checkmark.
  • Historically, we have observed public relations crises unfold for individuals like Ted Cruz, who, in 2017, inadvertently made their likes public when his account “favorited” an explicit video, which sent the internet into a frenzy.

If you happen to be a premium subscriber of the social networking platform X, previously known as Twitter, you now have the option to conceal your likes section from the view of the general public. This announcement was made by the company in a tweet.

Once activated, the likes tab will completely vanish from the profile of an X Premium user. You can enable this new feature by adjusting your preferences during the early access period.

This move represents the latest attempt by Musk’s X to entice its paying supporters. It is part of X’s ongoing, determined effort to attract more subscribers, especially in light of the company’s 60 percent decline in advertising revenue in the United States.

Additionally, it offers premium subscribers a means to keep their liking of controversial or offensive tweets hidden. You can become a premium member for as little as $8 per month or $84 per year, which not only provides early access to new features but also grants you the coveted verified blue checkmark.

Following this announcement, we may witness more public figures and officials opting for X’s premium offering. Historically, we have observed public relations crises unfold for individuals like Ted Cruz, who, in 2017, inadvertently made their likes public when his account “favorited” an explicit video, which sent the internet into a frenzy.