The Twitter logo has officially changed from the bird symbol to the letter X.

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The process of saying goodbye to the famous Twitter bird has begun and now we are on the side with the letter X.

As Elon Musk announced yesterday, the famous blue bird has left the Twitter logo and replaced it with the letter X. Now even the name of the official Twitter account has changed to X and it seems that in the future there will be no trace of the previous name of this social network.

Elon Musk said yesterday that the Twitter brand will change soon and gradually we have to say goodbye to all the birds. Now the new logo of this social network was first placed on Elon Musk’s own account and finally on the official Twitter account to officially begin the process of saying goodbye to the bluebird.

The letter X became the new Twitter logo

Currently, in addition to the X logo that can be seen on the profile picture of the Twitter page, the name of this account has also been changed to X, and the accounts of the Twitter organization’s subcategory are also seen with the X logo instead of the blue bird logo. Of course, the handle or username of this account still remains on Twitter.

The letter X became the new Twitter logo
The letter X became the new Twitter logo

According to Elon Musk, the new X logo has been displayed at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco, and you can see it in the image below.

The Twitter logo has officially changed
The Twitter logo has officially changed

Elon Musk announced yesterday that in the new brand of this social network, every tweet will be equal to an X, and a new idea should be considered for retweets. All in all, it seems that the owner of Twitter has not yet thought through all aspects of this comprehensive plan to rebrand Twitter, as even he himself has been unable to provide answers to some users about the name of old Twitter features such as the Twitter Blue subscription in the new era of the platform.

What do you think about changing the brand and logo of Twitter to X (X)?

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