Twitter accidentally released its new ‘muted words’ feature too early – and now it’s gone


It seems Twitter is working on a new ‘muted words’ feature that will enable you to block certain keywords and phrases from showing up on your feed. Numerous iOS users reported spotting the new functionality on Sunday, but the company was quick to disable it moments later. A trusted source tells us the feature was enabled ahead of schedule accidentally, but it will likely be included in future iterations of the app. This is how the ‘muted words’ functionality looked like during the period it was active. Twitter on iOS now lets you mute keywords and hashtags!! h/t @KendallNKardash pic.twitter.com/0eSYXZjDG8 — Matt Navarra ⭐️ ???????? (@MattNavarra) October 28, 2016  …

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