Twitter is testing the 'get out of conversation' feature that allows you to unmention
On Twitter, entering '@account name' when referring to a specific user in a tweet is called a mention. Once mentioned, some users may have complained, 'Don't mention yourself!', As notifications about subsequent conversations will fly incessantly. To give you more freedom to use such mentions, Twitter has announced that it is testing a 'get out of conversation' feature to dement.
Twitter says it's experimenting with'unmentioning' --The Verge
Twitter has announced that it is testing a 'get out of conversation' feature that allows you to unmention yourself from a particular conversation. At the time of writing the article, this feature is limited to some users of the web version of Twitter.
Twitter Safety, one of the official Twitter accounts, said, 'We are testing the unmention feature. This is a new way to protect users and get out of conversation. Currently for some users of the web version. We are providing it. '
How do you say “Don't @ me,” without saying “Don't @ me”?— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) April 7, 2022
We're experimenting with Unmentioning—a way to help you protect your peace and remove yourself from conversations—available on Web for some of you now. Pic.twitter.com/rlo6lqp34H
Then select 'Leave this conversation'.
In 'Get out of conversation', you can cancel your mention so that the mention will not work in the conversation that follows. In addition, since the mention will be canceled, it seems that future notifications will not come. Click 'Leave this conversation' again.
Then the @account that was mentioned ...
Foreign media The Verge said, 'The choice to get out of the'hostile','uninteresting' and'don't want to participate'tweet conversations is a welcome option, especially for those who are experiencing harassment on the platform.' I am saying.
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