Fighting trolls on the web is an everlasting battle, but Twitter’s been on a bit of a roll with features to keep the haters at bay. The company is today adding the ability to mute notifications from new users and people who don’t follow you.
Now you have even more control over your notifications. Mute accounts that don't follow you, new accounts, and more.
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety)
July 10, 2017
That builds upon the updates released in March, with which you could ignore users you don’t follow, who haven’t confirmed their phone or email, and who haven’t set a profile photo.
Muting users with new accounts is a particularly welcome addition: One of the most common moves by people who have nothing better to do with their lives...Read details...
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