Twitter has officially moved to X.com

Twitter has officially moved to X.com
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It has been almost a year since Twitter announced its rebrand, but surprisingly, most of its pages were still using the old URLs with the Twitter name until recently. Elon Musk has just made the exciting announcement that the social network has successfully migrated all of its core systems to X.com. This marks a significant milestone in the transition to a new identity, as all references to Twitter and its iconic bluebird logo have been removed.

According to The Verge, the site has made updates to its login and welcome pages, including the addition of a note at the bottom.

Get ready to experience x.com like a seasoned expert! We would like to inform you that we are making a change to our URL. However, we want to assure you that your privacy and data protection settings will remain unchanged.

The note also includes a link to the privacy page, which now utilizes the x.com address.

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Over the past year, the company has expertly transformed its identity, thanks to the influence of Elon Musk. The official account has undergone a name change from @Twitter to @X, along with the replacement of the Twitter logo on the headquarters building.

The site’s favicons were updated, causing certain browsers’ security measures to be activated, and applications transitioned to the new X logo with ease. Tweetdeck was given a new name, XPro, while Twitter Blue was rebranded as X Premium.

The company was also gradually transitioning its pages to x.com, which posed a security risk as attackers could exploit inconsistent URLs for phishing. Now that the company has successfully completed the migration to the new URL, it’s time to bid farewell to one of the final components of the site that greatly influenced social media.

 

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