If you’re still a dynamic Twitter user, and if you’ve been gathering followers for years even when your timeline becomes an irreparable mess, you can imagine eliminating it. How to unfollow everyone on Twitter?
“This” means both the whole sinful world and your Twitter feed. We can help others. There are four ways to follow everyone on Twitter and get started – or free yourself now and forever, and live happily ever after on INSTRAGRAM.
Save your followers first Anil Dash, the most online person, has not recently followed more than 5,000 Twitter accounts. Before doing so, he copied his followers to his Twitter list.
This means that if he regrets his experience, he can open this list in any Twitter app and see his old timeline. This is also useful if you follow some small accounts and you are worried about losing them in return. (You can also look at your imitation and just write down which ones you definitely want to follow later.)
Note that if you do not follow private accounts, you will not be able to follow them without their permission. This can bug your friends from private accounts.
Dash also traced his followers in a spreadsheet so he could choose who to follow later. You can do this by following the instructions in this post.
The most basic way to annoy everyone is to open your profile in a browser, click on your own “Follow” count to load all the profiles you’ve followed, and the “Following” button next to each one. Start clicking.
It causes fatigue. If you operate more than 200 accounts, try one of the other methods below.
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Use the command-line tool
To follow the original, Dash used the name of the command-line tool, which takes some work to install and run. (You need to install Ruby first.) This post includes instructions on how to install the tool and follow all.
This approach is complex, so use it only if you have more than 200 followers. If you’re following a thousand accounts, detecting this process will still be faster than clicking each of the following buttons.
Use the follow manager
Use the Manager filter if the command line is too technical, or if you choose to do so. This site can be sorted by frequency of tweets, a number of followers, how long you have followed them, or other factors. It can’t hold everyone back at once, but its interface makes it easy to click through to your list, click on your path.
In order to follow more than fifty people in a day, you have to pay 12 / months. But compare that to the time you saved by not reading bad tweets.
Use the Chrome extension, but be careful
The Chrome extensions we’ve tried can’t really drop people off. Twitter immovable, which we suggested in 2016, is now broken and does not show flop buttons.
Twitter made everyone independent, just toggling any follow / unfloopton button, started following everyone in the follow-up box. And when that box automatically refreshes with new users, the extension follows them, running like an AI. It was terrible. But it worked for the boy. Try to hide your Who’s Follow box with the Twitter GIF Hide extension. Only then can Twitter be monitored independently.
You can follow everyone to clean up and restart, or without enforcing the Twitter break, without deleting your account and losing valuable #contenting to the world. At that point you can utilize Twitter to talk, however not to listen, as God expected.