Last weekend, scenes from the game of thrones: The last of Starks leaked before it had aired. People flocked to social media to discuss the scenes, destroying it for other dedicated viewers. Spoilers are almost inevitable and can crawl into your Facebook timeline or tweets and capture you.
The simplest solution is to stay out of social media and all news sites, but it is not realistic. Fortunately, there are some tweaks you can make to your Twitter and Facebook accounts to prevent spoilers from invading your screen.
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Closing keywords and accounts on Twitter
first In the app, tap your messages (clock icon). If you are using a desktop, click Settings and Privacy .
2nd Press Settings . iPhone ($ 1000 on Amazon) Users can choose Muted> Muted words . Android and desktop users can choose Muted words .
3rd Touch Add (iPhone, Desktop) or + icon (Android). If you follow multiple GoT or Avengers accounts, you want to turn them off. Mute words like Game of Thrones, GoT, Avengers and popular hashtags.
4th Choose to mute those words from your timeline, messages and from someone else.
5th Choose how long you want mute words and accounts. You can choose between 24 hours up to Forever. Then press Save .
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Snooze temporarily friends and groups on Facebook
1. Locate the group or person you want to snooze in your feed. (You know it.) From the desktop or phone, tap or tap the three dots at the top of the entry.
2nd Select Snooze (name / group) for 30 days . If you don't want to snooze them for 30 days, you can always go to their site and regret snooze.
Download a spoiler prevention program
Download the Chrome Spoiler Protection 2.0 plugin for the desktop. This extension hides destroyers on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google and news. Just type in keywords, such as GoT or Avengers, and let the extension do its job.
Use phones like Spoiler Block (iPhone, Android) and Spoiler's Blocker (Android) for phones. Add keywords that you want to block and apps will keep them out of your news feed.
Originally published May 5 and often updated.
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