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Twitter rolls out “Quality Filter” to combat abusive tweets

Twitter has rolled out two new ways to control your experience on the service, the company wrote in a blog post. First, users will now have the ability to only see notifications from people they follow. But the second feature is even better. A new feature called “Quality Filter” has been added to a user’s … Continue reading “Twitter rolls out “Quality Filter” to combat abusive tweets”

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Twitter has rolled out two new ways to control your experience on the service, the company wrote in a blog post. First, users will now have the ability to only see notifications from people they follow. But the second feature is even better. A new feature called “Quality Filter” has been added to a user’s settings. When enabled, tweets of “lower-quality content” will be filtered from your notifications and feeds automatically. In other words, abuse from anonymous trolls should be completely filtered out.

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