Twitter announced that it will start letting people request verification in 2021, according to a draft document published on Tuesday. In addition, the accounts must be active, notable and associated with a prominently recognized individual or brand.\r\n\r\nMeanwhile, <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/twitter-adds-fleets-feature-for-sharing-photos\/">twitter<\/a> reported that users can give the company feedback on the criteria for two weeks, then it plans to publish a final policy Dec. 17. The firm may remove verification if a user\u2019s account is dormant, or if it repeatedly breaks the company\u2019s rules.\r\n\r\n<img class="size-full wp-image-177419 aligncenter" src="https:\/\/see.news\/wp-content\/uploads\/2020\/11\/35F15DBA-A959-46A3-A806-09C4B74D54CC.jpeg" alt="" \/>\r\n\r\nAlso, the firm may verify accounts that meet other standards such as being one of the top-followed accounts in the user\u2019s country and having \u201coff-Twitter notability,\u201d which could be assessed through Google search trends, Wikipedia references or coverage in news outlets.\r\n\r\nOn other hand,<a href="https:\/\/www.reuters.com\/article\/twitter-verification-int\/twitter-wants-feedback-on-new-plan-for-verification-check-marks-idUSKBN2842SU"> twitte<\/a>r released proposed grounds for denying verification, such as; accounts that have been locked out for violating rules in the last six months or accounts of individuals associated with hateful content or who have been found to have committed \u201cgross human rights violations.\r\n\r\n<img class="size-full wp-image-177417 aligncenter" src="https:\/\/see.news\/wp-content\/uploads\/2020\/11\/5f85dcfb423604755f713b50.jpg" alt="" \/>\r\n\r\nEarlier, Twitter announced it was releasing tweets that disappear after 24 hours. This feature is named \u201cfleets\u201d, similar to the stories feature that is popular on Snapchat and Facebook app. That feature can share photos, text or even repost tweets in posts.\r\n\r\nThe fleets are pinned to the top of the timeline and are only available via mobile apps. Meanwhile, some Twitter users experimenting with the tool said it had created worrying opportunities for online harassment, like allowing unwanted direct messages. It also allows fleet authors to tag people who have blocked them.