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Tweak New Twitter

Remove algorithmic content from Twitter, hide news & trends, control which shared tweets appear on your timeline, and improve the UI

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Also available as a Firefox add-on, Edge add-on or Chrome extension

Remove algorithmic content

  • Keeps you on the Latest Tweets (chronological) timeline, automatically switching you back if Twitter tries to move you to the "Home" (algorithmic) timeline
  • Hide "Who to follow", "Follow some Topics" etc. in the timeline
  • Hide "What's happening", "Topics to follow" etc. in the sidebar
  • Hide "More Tweets" when linked to a tweet
  • Hide algorithmic tweets based on likes, replies and suggested topics in the "Home" timeline, if you use it

Control which tweets shared by people you follow appear on your timeline

  • Move Retweets to a separate timeline (default setting), or hide them entirely
  • Move Quote Tweets and replies to them to a separate timeline, or hide them entirely (off by default)
  • Hide tweets quoting accounts you've blocked or muted
  • Mute quoting of specific tweets - adds a "Mute this conversation" menu item to Quote Tweets in the timeline

UI improvements

  • Disable use of the Chirp font if you don't like it
  • Uninvert the Follow and Following buttons to make them less jarring
    • Choice of monochrome or themed (classic) styling for uninverted buttons
  • Use the site's normal text font style in the primary navigation menu on desktop to make it less distracting
  • Fast blocking - skips the confirm dialog when you try to block an account
  • Add a new item to the "More" menu which takes you straight to the "Add muted word" page
  • When viewing a tweet's Quote Tweets, hide the quoted tweet to make more room for quotes

Hide UI items you don't use

  • Hide navigation items you don't use, and other distracting screen elements such as the account switcher and Messages drawer
  • Hide items you don't use in the "More" menu


Optional features you can try, to see how they change how you perceive and use Twitter:

  • Hide metrics: hide like, retweet, quote tweet and follower counts
  • Reduced interaction mode: hide the action bar under tweets – replies are now the only means of interacting
  • Full-width timeline content: hide the sidebar and let timeline content go full-width
  • Verified accounts: highlight tweets by – or interacting with – verified accounts, or hide them to simulate the aftermath of the July 2020 Twitter hacks
  • Disable the home timeline: find yourself wasting too much time on Twitter? Try preventing use of the home timeline, going to Notifications or Messages by default instead