Trying to keep up with all the changes Elon Musk has made to Twitter since acquiring the company in October has been no easy task and it seems there's no end in sight.
Aside from endless and ongoing operational transformations and malfunctions, many also noticed Twitter's iconic blue bird logo was replaced with Doge, the canine mascot for Musk's "fave cryptocurrency" Dogecoin.
And that's not the only visible alteration Musk has made.
Some passersby of the company's San Francisco headquarters spotted a different spelling of the social media platform. Another failed juvenile attempt at humor, it appears Musk covered the "W" from both sides of the building's overhead sign, leaving it to read "titter."
In a since-deleted tweet, Musk asked in a poll last year if the "W" should be removed.
The only options on the poll were "yes" and "of course."
While there's no telling if the recent change has anything to do with the previous poll, users on Musk's platform chimed in nonetheless.
One user noted Musk should keep his one and only "W."
Many others commented on the CEO's display of "maturity."
Speaking of changes, last month Musk warned users that Twitter would begin “winding down its legacy verified program and removing legacy verified checkmarks” on April 1, but it appears that massive overhaul did not come to fruition.
For now, it seems that most - but not all - verified accounts still have their blue checks despite refusing to pay the newly mandated subscription fee.