Twitter officially went through a rebrand almost a year ago, but most of its pages still used Twitter in their URL until now. Now Elon Musk has done it announced that the social network has finished moving all of its core systems to, meaning it has finished transitioning to its new identity and has deleted all traces of the Twitter name and iconic blue bird logo. Like On the edge notes, the website also edited its landing page and login page with a note at the bottom that read, “Welcome to! We’re letting you know that we’re changing our URL, but your privacy and data protection settings remain the same.” It then links to its privacy page, which now uses in its address.

Over the past year, the company has little by little lost its pre-Elon Musk identity. It changed its official name from @Twitter to @X and replaced the Twitter logo on its headquarters building. Its website changed favicons, which initially triggered some browsers’ security precautions, while its apps switched to the new X logo from the previous blue bird design. Tweetdeck was renamed XPro and Twitter Blue became X Premium. The company is slowly moving its pages to as well—slowly enough that the move has become something of a security risk, as bad actors could take advantage of the inconsistent URL for phishing victims. Well, now the company has finished moving to its new URL and it’s time to say goodbye to one of the last remaining pieces of a website that helped shape the social media landscape.