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Twitter is working on a keyword tool to combat harassment

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Written by Harshad Patankar

Social Media is having various impact on the life of user and hence what you see on social platform is important. Considering this Facebook have taken various steps like changing algorithm for Trending Topics, now Twitter is working on a keyword-based tool that will let people filter posts they see, giving users an effective way to block out harassing and offensive tweets, according to people familiar with the matter. which was announced in the official blog post.

The San Francisco-based company has been discussing how to implement the tool for about a year as it seeks to stem abuse on the site, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the initiative isn’t public.

The user base of the Twitter is increasing day by day and platform is used by many of the people as well as government department. The India has seen various Twitter Sevas’ for Startups, Telecom & Postal Services, also some of the private firms like Practo for medical consultation. Twitter also improved its platform and introduced First View which is a premium ad space on Twitter in India. It also allowed normal users to verify their accounts with Verified on Twitter. 

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Introduction of Notification Setting and Quality Filter


  • Notifications Settings

Don’t want to see notifications from everyone? Now with notification settings you have ability to limit notifications to only people they follow on mobile and on

  • Quality Filter

Twitter added another new option to your notification settings: a quality filter setting.

When turned on, the filter can improve the quality of Tweets you see by using a variety of signals, such as account origin and behavior. Turning it on filters lower-quality content, like duplicate Tweets or content that appears to be automated, from your notifications and other parts of your Twitter experience. It does not filter content from people you follow or accounts you’ve recently interacted with – and depending on your preferences, you can turn it on or off in your notifications settings.

As per the blog post.

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Harshad Patankar

My name is Harshad Patankar and I am the chief blogger at BumbleBeeHub Blog and where I like to share my internet/tech experience along with some fascinating updates around the Business, Technology, Education and Government sectos with my online readers on this website. You can read more about me at my About Page. You can follow me on Twitter, Facebook & Google