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How to mute a word or phrase on Twitter

In February 2020, I found that that it was possible not only to mute conversations or other accounts on Twitter, but (courtesy of a tweet by @nonprofWHIT ) that you could also mute a specific word. And you could do it straight from a tweet.

Now, Twitter has announced it is expanding this feature so that when you mute a word or phrase, it will not appear in your Explore tab or Event-based notifications.

Here’s how you go about it.

Mute words or phrases on an

If you’re using the Twitter app on an iPhone, it’s a quick and process:

Long-press on the word you want to mute.
Choose “Mute” from the pop-up menu.
You’ll be sent to a page where you can choose from where you want to mute the word (your timeline or notifications), from…

Continue reading…

In February 2020, I found that that it was possible not only to mute conversations or other accounts on Twitter, but (courtesy of a tweet by @nonprofWHIT ) that you could also mute a specific word. And you could do it straight from a tweet.
Now, Twitter has announced it is expanding this feature so that when you mute a word or phrase, it will not appear in your Explore tab or Event-based notifications.
Here’s how you go about it.
Mute words or phrases on an
If you’re using the Twitter app on an iPhone, it’s a quick and process:

Long-press on the word you want to mute.
Choose “Mute” from the pop-up menu.
You’ll be sent to a page where you can choose from where you want to mute the word (your timeline or notifications), from…

Continue reading…

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