Meta is launching its Verified program, adopting a feature that Twitter has long been known for.
Verified badges, seen as little blue checkmarks, give users a measure of confidence that a person is who they say they are. Twitter has had the feature for years, although it has undergone some changes under Elon Musk’s leadership.
Meta is now rolling out its own verification system, giving users the option to sign up on a waitlist to receive their Verified badge.
Get started with the verification process. Activate your Meta Verified subscription for $14.99 USD/month (iOS/Android) or $11.99 USD/month on the web (Facebook only). It is currently available in the United States, Australia and New Zealand for people 18 years or older and is not yet available in all places or for businesses.