One of Twitter’s most inconsistently applied features will hopefully make more sense in the near future.

It’s not totally clear yet how exactly this will work, but Twitter told TechCrunch the plan is to make its still-unknown guidelines for verification publicly available for the first time. That means if a user requests the checkmark, they should already have a decent idea of whether or not they qualify before submitting the request. Twitter has never been especially transparent about this before, nor did it commit to a rollout date for the new feature.

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