Twitter can be a wonderful place for people to express their emotions and chat with each other briefly. However, it can also be a breeding ground for hate speech, foul language and a lot of political talk.
If you are tired of seeing certain content on Twitter, you will be happy to know that you can block certain words from appearing in your feed. If a tweet even contains one of your muted keywords, the entire message will never reach your timeline. The keyword blocking feature is perhaps the one that stores your Twitter experience so that you can focus on the conversations you really care about.
: access to the notification settings of Twitter
First you must have access to the notification settings of your Twitter app. In the Twitter app for Android or iOS, the mobile web app or Twitter Lite for Android, tap the call icon on the bottom toolbar to view the Notifications page. Then tap the settings wheel at the top right.
You can also tap your profile icon at the top left and then "Settings and privacy" in the side menu, followed by "Notifications"
Step 2: Find the Menu & # 39; Muted Words & # 39;
If you then use the iPhone app, the mobile web app or Twitter Lite for Android, select & # 39; Muted & # 39; in the list under Filters and then "Muted words." In the Android app, just click & # 39; Muted words & # 39; in the list and that's all.