How to delete a Twitter follower without blocking them – Pocket-lint
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(Pocket-lint) – Twitter has announced a new security feature it is testing that gives you more control over who follows you on the platform. It now allows you to delete subscribers without you having to block them and without them being notified of the deletion. Here’s all you need to know.
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How to delete a Twitter follower
Twitter has Declare that the ability to remove subscribers makes it easier for you to be “the curator of your own subscriber list”. It allows you to create a healthier space for yourself online and can help you avoid the inconvenience of getting blocked.
- Log into your Twitter account on the web.
- Go to your profile.
- Access your subscribers.
- Choose one of your followers.
- Select the three-dot icon next to the follow / unfollow button next to their name.
- Select Remove this subscriber.
What happens when you delete a subscriber?
Deleted followers can no longer see your tweets in their logs, but they can still send you direct messages. They can also follow you again if they wish.
Who can delete a follower on Twitter?
The feature is currently available as a test for all Twitter users on the web. Twitter has not said when it will be available to mobile app users.
Written by Maggie Tillman. Originally published on .