Blocking Twitter spammers with three taps

by Volker Weber

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Blocking impolite Twitter users who force themselves into my timeline has become much easier. Just hold the avatar until you get the menu, select Block and tap Block again. Boom. Never to be seen again.

You can download and import my list of 2500+ impolite Twitter accounts from here >

Comments

I have a better way. I just don't use Twitter any more.

There is too much Noise from all people. The main problem is that Twitter doesn't distinguish between "Hey, I got a major tech problem here, can you help?" and "Here is my lunch". Too many people post drivel that I left Twitter a long time ago never to go back.

Dragon Cotterill, 2015-11-18

Easy: unfollow drivel writers.

Frank Quednau, 2015-11-18

Dragon, I follow about 80 accounts. Quality content.

Volker Weber, 2015-11-18

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Great. Thank you very much

Alper Iseri, 2015-11-19

Volker, that link is now broken. Do you still have the list somewhere? I started to trim down all the notifications I get. Too many distraction, too much bile and drivel on the Interwebs.

Andrew Magerman, 2016-09-20

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