Twitter Now lets you Limit who can Reply to a Tweet after the Fact

If you’re tired of the bright transmissions, respondents are also taken to Twitter just to meet the waves after the North wave; a new Twitter feature can give you some relief. From today, anyone on Twitter will be able to adjust who can respond after sending a separate tweet. Previously, you could limit who could respond when creating tweets, but you can’t change your selection after information.

On Twitter, you don’t always have an idea about the kind of national tweets that will attract unwanted attention until it’s too late. The new feature has made it an option to limit replies to people you’ve followed, or even more useful to people mentioned in a single tweet, especially since the mute button doesn’t always cut it. Twitter added the option to limit answers last August to increase “meaningful conversations” on social networks and help people feel safe from harassment while tweeting. Product researcher Zhen Manchun Wang Jun first identified the expansion of the feature.

On Twitter, there’s no way you’re going to provoke unwanted consideration until it’s too late for any kind of tweet. The brand new feature makes it more helpful to limit the replies of people you’ve observed or just let people talk in a tweet way, especially since the mute button doesn’t always reduce it. 

While Twitterverse is fully embraced to match wave after wave just north of when you’re annoyed with the motivation of the answer, a new Twitter feature can help you out a bit. As we begin to talk, Twitter will have the ability to make changes that can respond to a particular person’s tweets after being sent to anyone. Previously, you could limit who could reply after creating tweets, but you couldn’t log in and change your choice after being too truthful.

Twitter added the option to limit answers last August to increase “meaningful conversations” on social networks and help people feel safe from harassment while tweeting. Product researcher Zhen Manchun Wang Jun first identified the expansion of the feature.