The blue bird on Twitter’s website “X” was replaced with a new logo on Monday as Elon Musk’s micro blogging service prepared to take on competitor Meta’s freshly launched Threads.
The new Twitter logo was shared by CEO Linda Yaccarino and Elon Musk together, and both people added it to their Twitter usernames.
The bird emblem was replaced with a white “X” on a black backdrop in the logo.
X is present! Let’s do this’, Yaccarino said in a tweet, along with an image of the company’s San Francisco headquarters’ building with the logo projected on it.
It’s an extraordinarily unusual occurrence – in life or in business – that you have a second chance to make another significant impact. That’s how the CEO felt about the change in the Twitter logo a day earlier. Twitter left a lasting effect and revolutionized communication. X will now advance and change the world’s town square.
A worldwide market for concepts, products, services, and opportunities is being created by the future state of X, which is characterized by limitless interaction and is centered on audio, video, messaging, payments, and banking. “Powered by AI, X will connect us all in ways we’re just beginning to imagine,” she declared.