In this tutorial, I have explained a simple method to mute notifications from people you don’t follow. Recently, Twitter has rolled out a new feature which allows you to mute notifications from people who are not in your Following list. Other than that, you can also mute notifications who have the default Twitter profile picture and who haven’t yet confirmed their email address and phone numbers. So, this will help you keep your Twitter notifications free from any suspicious user. The options to mute notifications can be found in the Twitter settings and you can easily choose from which user types you want to stop receiving notifications. Our YouTube channel IlovefreesoftwareTV has already made a video of this feature:
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How to mute Twitter notifications from people you don’t follow:
Let’s see the steps to mute Twitter notifications from people you don’t follow:
Step 1: Open Twitter and then click on your profile picture at the top-right and select the “Settings and privacy” option, as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 2: Now, you will see the Twitter settings page, switch to the Notifications section to manage notifications settings. You need to enable the “You don’t follow” option from the “Mute notifications from people:” to stop getting notifications from people whom you don’t follow on Twitter.
In addition to this, you can also choose to stop receiving notifications from people who have a default profile photo, who haven’t confirmed their email, and who haven’t confirmed their phone number.
That’s all you have to do to mute notifications from Twitter users whom you don’t follow.
In this tutorial, I explained a simple method to mute notifications from people whom you don’t follow. The best part is that you don’t have to use any third party apps or method to do so and this simple notification setting can be turned on right from Twitter “Settings and privacy”.