We teach you how to configure your tweets so that you can choose who can respond to them.
Limiting who can reply to our tweets is a very good way to gain security and control in a social network that often flirts with what toxic.
With this setting one can get rid of spam and abuse that, unfortunately, many accounts exercise on Twitter. It is also a very useful resource if our account is one of those that usually attract outside commenters to our closest circles: you will be able to block the noise and take charge of the conversations that your tweets generate.
Without further ado, we will tell you how you can configure who can and who cannot reply to your tweets.
How to choose who can reply to a tweet before posting it
Whenever you tweet and before you post it you can select who will be able to reply to it. Next to the icons to add images, GIFs or surveys, you will see an option to choose who can reply to the tweet. Click on it and select who you want to give permission to reply to. You can choose between all the world, people you follow or alone specific accounts (you will have to add them one by one).
Once you have selected the specific setting you will see a message at the bottom of the tweet which will inform you of the chosen configuration.
How to choose who can reply to an already posted tweet
If for whatever reason you have published a tweet and want edit who can reply to it, you can also do it. It doesn’t matter when you’ve posted the tweet, the setting works with both recent and old posts.
You will have to open the tweet and click on the three dots icon, in this way you will access the tweet options. There you will have to select “Change who can respond” and choose, again, between the three types of audiences:
All the world (Any Twitter user can reply to the tweet, as long as your account is not private, of course).People you follow (Only people you follow will be able to respond, an ideal option to get answers only from the people you are interested in).Only the people you mention (limit who can answer you as much as possible).
Thus, if for whatever reason you see that one of your tweets “is going crazy”, you can use this function to, at a stroke, limit the responses you are receiving.
Related topics: Applications, Free applications, Social networks, Twitter
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