Jointing on table saw is rip cutting, so often I have read advice to use good rip blade. Many recommendations today to use high quality glue-line blades so jointing step can be skipped.
But this is not for all jointing, can only be skim cuts. I know many table saw owners use general blade for this because each pass is to remove very little material: 1-0.2mm (1/25"-1/100"). Teeth must be clean for good results.
Recommend you read general advice on choosing good blades to begin. Start here in article by Tim Johnson on Popular Woodworking.
Jointing on the table saw by George Vondriska on Woodworkers Guild of America recommends a thin kerf 40-tooth alternate top bevel blade, says it works great up to 3/4" but thicker than that and the results deteriorate. Suggest you also read responses below.
I think above page must be based on SawStop demo, because same images in Wooworkers Journal article but text is different. Again suggest to read comments.
Much advice on table saw jointing can be found on YouTube. Videos available from Fine Woodworking, Pask Makes, 731 Woodworks, 3x3 Tamar and others.
Please do not forget hand planes not obsolete for jointing! While you are still reaching for ear protection before turning on table saw and dust collector hand plane user has already finished first edge :)
Router also very good for this task. My preferred method if using power tools to joint edges because much cheaper, faster setup?, better dust collection, edge quality superior, much safer.