Last week Twitter launched its new feature called Fleets in Europe. As we have already told you in the announcement of this one, these are the new stories of the social network, which thus joins others like Instagram, Snapchat or Facebook in their use. A new feature that might be popular, but many don’t like it at all.
Fortunately, Twitter introduced the possibility of deactivating these new fleets, so that users who do not want to see them can avoid this. The steps to follow are not complicated, so if you are planning to turn them off, we’ll show you how it can be done.
How to fix the most common Twitter problems on Android
If you ever face the most common Twitter problems on Android, you can solve them with these solutions.
Disable Twitter fleets on Android
There is a limitation in this possibility to deactivate Twitter fleets on Android and that is that they cannot all be deactivated at the same time, that is to say there is a setting which makes these stories disappear. of the application. The only possibility is to deactivate the stories individually, in each account that you follow on the social network. This makes it a tedious task, but you can turn off these stories for the ones that bother you the most.
- Open Twitter on Android.
- Enter the fleet you want to deactivate.
- Click on the arrow at the top right of the screen.
- Press Mute @accountname.
- A new menu comes out, where we click on the Silence Fleets option.
This is the process that we have to repeat with each of the accounts we want to silence the fleets. If you are following a large number of people and you are not interested in these stories, you will have to be patient to turn them all off, even if using these stories is something that has declined, after the novelty of the first few days.
By having these fleets already deactivated, you will only be able to see the tweets that the account posts on the social network.
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