Google’s Gmail gets a blue tick mark as a part of the new security initiative
Gmail is offering a Blue checkmark for business users for free, here is how you can get one.
From Twitter to Meta, every major social media platform now offers a blue tick for its subscribers. While some receive it organically, others need to pay for it. Google has recently introduced a similar initiative and is now offering a blue tick to users who have verified themselves on BIMI (Brand Indicators for Message Identification).
As expected, the search-engine giant’s email service is currently offering a blue checkmark to brands. They need to verify their brand logo on the BIMI platform to add a blue checkmark to their profile. According to Google’s official blog, this new feature will help individuals identify and differentiate legitimate senders from impersonators.