Twitter can be a great place to be, sharing ideas with like-minded individuals on the opposite side of the world. But it can also be full of abuse. This is where the filters start playing, and here's how they work on the iPhone.
Twitter offers a number of ways to filter out the noise when using its official iPhone app. Both go some way to prevent people from jumping into your life and offering nothing of value ̵
The settings we will cover apply only to the official Twitter app. We used the iPhone app, but the process is the same on Android. Twitter has taken some important steps to make the app more useful to those who consider themselves "power users" even though it still lacks some features we like elsewhere. Yet Twitter is the app most people use, so here you will find the incredible filters.
How to activate the quality filter
The quality filter of the receipt filters out "lower quality" from the Messages tab of the Twitter app. Tweets from people you follow or you have interacted with will continue to reach you, but if it is a stranger you will never see it.
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To enable the quality filter, open Twitter and tap the clock at the bottom of the screen to open the message timeline.
Then press the rack in the upper right corner to access the settings.
Next, tap "Messages."
Finally, change the "Quality Filter" to "On" mode.
How to Enable Advanced Filters
If you want more control over your filters, Advanced Filters are where it is on. Re-open Twitter and tap the clock icon at the bottom of the screen.
Press the cog at the top right.
Click on "Notifications."
Then click "Advanced filters" to see a list of all filters that can be activated. 19659003]
There are some filters to choose from, and they all offer more granular control over who can appear in the Notifier timetable. Select displayed. After making your selections by switching the switch to the "On" position, press "Done".
With Twitter, you can turn off notifications from people you don't follow, who do not follow you with a new account, which has a standard profile photo that has not confirmed their email, or has not confirmed their phone number.
And that's all there is to it. Congratulations, you have taken back control of who can hold your nose in your day.