Twitter Now Lets You Remove Unwanted Mentions
Twitter allows people to untag themselves from tweets using a new feature called undo.
Unification allows people to remove themselves from a conversation they don’t want to be associated with.
It’s a step up from muting the conversation because it removes the link to the person mentioned’s account and prevents others from mentioning them in the same conversation again.
Here’s more about how unmentioning works and what happens after you un-mention yourself on Twitter.
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Unity works on three things:
- Removes the link to your Twitter profile from the original tweet and all replies.
- Prevents people from tagging you again in the same conversation.
- Stops any other notifications about the conversation you’re tagged in.
To register yourself, click on the three-dot menu at the top right of the tweet and select “Leave this conversation.” Confirm your decision, and all tags will be removed.
In a roundabout way, this allows people to edit live tweets in a way that was not possible until now.
Considering how unification adds a new element to Twitter, its launch isn’t something the company takes lightly.
Reviewed June 2021 Releases mentioned today after going through an extensive feedback and development period, have been taken down.
The final version has been scaled back from what was previewed last year. Twitter promised greater safeguards against unwanted mentions, such as the ability to block mentions from people you don’t follow.
It is uncertain if this feature has been canceled or if it will be added at a later time. As it is, you can’t preemptively stop people from tagging you. You can only take action after the fact.
Unification is rolling out today to all Twitter users on all devices.
Featured image: screenshot from Twitter.com/TwitterSafetyJuly 2022.