Elon Musk on Twitter has decided to set the record straight: there’s a new boss, a new direction, and the whole machine has to adjust to meet his vision.

The first change requested (and obtained) is the new Twitter login page.

The first change requested (and obtained) is the new Twitter login page.

Those who are not registered on the social network will be able to browse some contents of the platform even without logging in.

Before, to access the posts you had to be registered. Now no longer. Just log on to the site and browse between trending topics and most shared tweets.

An insubstantial change. Nothing revolutionary. But behind Musk’s request, all observers see a clear message to the social development team: the music has changed, long internal discussions or untouchable islands will no longer be needed to make changes.

A message. Just one example of how Musk, in just under three days in the role of “Chief Twit” (boss), began to change the company from within.

He also asked (and according to The Verge got) that the subscription to the premium version of the platform (Twitter blue) will go from $ 4.99 to $ 19.99.

The change must take place by 7 November. He also asked for the service to be renamed to “Subscriptions”.

The change must take place by 7 November. He also asked for the service to be renamed to “Subscriptions”.