Twitter officially changes logo to ‘X’ replacing famous blue bird logo

Elon Musk followed through on his announced plans to remove the iconic logo.

As part of a larger rebranding effort, Twitter has unveiled a new logo, replacing the blue bird on its website with an X.

The new company logo, a white X on a black backdrop, was shown on the social media network’s website on Monday.


Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, and Linda Yaccarino, the company’s CEO, presented the new look of the social media platform.

I have X! Let’s do this,” tweeted Yaccarino, who also shared a photo of the company’s San Francisco offices with the logo projected on them. Since Musk paid $44 billion to acquire the social networking site last year, a new logo has been the latest of the many changes introduced.

The millionaire owner of Twitter had stated in a series of messages on his account on Sunday that he is seeking to reform twitter.

As many users opposed the new one, the hashtag “#GoodbyeTwitter”—a reference to the former logo—became popular on the platform.

Musk announced on Sunday that he intended to replace the Twitter logo and asked his tens of millions of followers if they supported switching the site’s blue to black colour scheme.

The company has changed its name to X Corp under Musk’s turbulent leadership after he purchased Twitter in October 2022, reflecting his desire to become a “super app” like China’s WeChat.