Ever since Twitter changed the default response behavior, things have gotten out of hand. When someone presses the reply button, every person in the thread is automatically mentioned in the tweet. The way out of this madness? Mute those threads.
How to Mute Twitter Threads on the Web
If you are using the Twitter web interface and you find a lot of single thread notifications, here's how to silence the thread or the
is muted, you will not receive push notifications for the tweet, nor will you find any new activity in the Notifications section. You can also choose to hide certain answers in your Twitter thread.
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Either from the Notification section or from the expanded tweet view, click the dropdown arrow button in the top right corner.
Now click the "Mute This Conversation" option
first time you mute a conversation, you will see a banner telling you what the Mute function does. Click on the button "Mute this". This banner will not be displayed the next time you mute a call.
to mute the sound. The call is immediately muted and you no longer receive notifications for new answers.
Follow the same process to mute additional calls.
If at any point you want to unmute a conversation, go back to the tweet, click the menu button and select the option "Unsubscribe This Conversation" from the drop-down menu.
Mute Twitter threads on iPhone and Android
Mute Twitter threads is similar on iPhone and Android devices.
First, open a particular tweet from the conversation you want to mute, then tap the menu button.
In the pop-up, select the "Mute this call" option.
to mute tweets. I'll now tell a banner that the notification has been muted. If you accidentally muted the wrong call, you can click the 'Undo' button. tap to unmute.
You can unmute a Twitter thread at any time by going back to the tweet Options menu and then select the "Unmute this conversation" button.
. Do you want to save tweets for later? Try to bookmark tweets instead of liking them.
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