Twitter is a great social media platform. However there are a number of downsides to millions of people constantly posting comments, opinions, gifs and the rest. Thankfully the firm has added a way to filter what you see so here’s how to mute Tweets including specific words, phrases, hashtags and users. See also: Get your Twitter account verified.
There are various reasons you might want to mute content on Twitter with one of the top being avoiding spoilers for a TV show or sporting event. You might also just be uninterested in a subject which is filling your feed. Whatever is might be we have step-by-step instructions on how to mute content on Twitter whether you’re using iOS, Android or the web. See how to use Twitter stickers.
How to mute Tweets – iOS mobile app
• Open notifications • Click settings • Select ‘muted words’ • Tap ‘Add muted word or phrase’ • Enter the word, phrase, username, emoji or hashtag you want to mute • Hit Save • Hit Done
How to mute Tweets – Android mobile app
• Open notifications • Click settings, then notification settings • Select ‘muted words’ • Tap the ‘+’ icon • Enter the word, phrase, username, emoji or hashtag you want to mute • Hit Save
How to mute Tweets – web version
• Click your profile picture in top-right corner • Select Settings • Click on Muted words (or Muted accounts for users) • Enter the word, phrase, emoji or hashtag you want to mute • Hit Add
Want to stop getting notifications for Tweets that contain certain words, usernames, or hashtags? We’re giving you that control. pic.twitter.com/awoNHUYbTG— Safety (@safety) November 15, 2016