Update to Twitter's Icon in Links
In our continued effort to align with the latest web standards and branding guidelines, we've made an update to the Twitter icon in the Links feature. You may have noticed a shift from the familiar bird symbol to a new 'X' icon. This change is a direct reflection of Twitter's recent branding update. We understand you might have some questions about this transition, and we're here to help. In the article below, we've addressed some of the most frequently asked questions about this icon change.
What is the X icon?
Twitter is now X and the X icon is the new official brand representation. Twitter, now X, has updated its branding guidelines and this icon now represents the platform instead of the previous bird icon.
What happened to the bird icon?
The bird icon was the previous representation of Twitter. The social media platform recently made brand changes and introduced the X icon as its new symbol. In order to comply with its guidelines, we have updated the icon in the Links feature.
Is it possible to revert to the old Twitter logo featuring the bird?
As per Twitter's new branding rules, third party sites and applications must use the X icon to represent Twitter, now X.