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Twitter Rolls Hide Hide Replies in Theme

We've heard a lot about the upcoming Twitter controversial feature that allows users to hide responses within the thread. Today

We've heard a lot about the upcoming Twitter controversial feature that allows users to hide responses within the thread. Today, Twitter has officially released an update that allows users to hide replies in the thread for US users.

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The Hide Replies feature was in the testing phase for Canadian users and is now available to the people of the United States and Japan. Twitter has become a more common platform where people can interact with each other or they can argue about a tweet about a specific problem.

If a user doesn't want hackers to reply to a tweet, they can simply block it using the Hide Replies feature. Mute has so far been available for users to mute certain words; however, Twitter developers have made this feature even more powerful, allowing users to hide responses directly from Twitter.

If you comment on a tweet, you'll be able to decide who can view your comment. Yes, you will have the ability to select users to view and interact with your response using this feature.

To take advantage of this "Hide replies" feature, you just need to click the right menu of "Twitter". This will display a list of options that include a new option with "Hide reply." Once you select this option, your reply will be hidden from other users. 


This means that other users will not be able to view your reply to this Tweet. However, users can still view the reply by unhiding the Tweet using the Unhide feature.

There is an icon on a tweet next to a tweet. The same feature was announced by Twitter in January, which began testing in July. This Hide Replies feature is now being deployed to people from certain countries including Canada, the United States, and Japan.

Twitter will post the same Hide Reply feature to more countries in the coming days. However, they did not reveal anything about himself. We'll see more updates on this feature in the coming days.

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