says it does more to make sure you don’t see anything from the accounts you have or, as well as anything else. He’s working on updates to hide these keywords and accounts in more areas of the platform.
First of all, the events. Now on Android, iOS, and the web, events from accounts you’ve blocked or ignored won’t appear in your Explore tab, sidebar, and “What’s Happening” emails or based notifications. on events.
– Twitter support (@TwitterSupport) January 11, 2022
On the web, iOS and Android apps, you should no longer see events for disabled and blocked accounts in the Explore tab or What’s New sidebar. They should also not appear in platform emails or event-based notifications.
This is a welcome and long overdue change that should give users more control over what they see on the platform, as they will have extra reassurance that the accounts they don’t want to hear about are not. ‘will not appear outside the timeline. It should also help people avoid sidebar spoilers if they cut out the name of a show or game. Given the wording of the tweets regarding this update, it looks like Twitter is looking for more. Ways to clear tweets from muted and blocked accounts and keywords.
Twitter has tested or deployed other features to prevent harassment in recent months. He experimented with a security mode that automatically and temporarily blocks accounts that “may use harmful language or send repetitive and unsolicited responses.” In October, he added a way to remove an unwanted subscriber without having to block them first.
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