Share Share The best tweets on Twitter are always going to have a tendency to be trending topics, but what if you wanted to keep those trending hashtages hidden?
A new app called Tweetbot has a handy feature that can automatically hide those trending topics in your Twitter feed.
It’s currently available for Android and iOS devices, but it’s likely to expand to other platforms soon.
Tweetbot uses a few different tricks to hide topics from your Twitter timeline, including hiding them on the “top” or “most active” posts.
For example, you can hide a topic that’s trending on your Twitter account, but not your timeline.
TweetBot will automatically remove that topic from your timeline as soon as you click on it in your timeline, and you can then view it from your Timeline tab.
Tweet Bot has a built-in tool to automatically hide trending topics on Twitter, so you can keep your trending topic list hidden from Twitter.
Here’s how to set it up.
How to set up Tweetbot to hide trending hashtagged topics on your timeline using a custom tool If you don’t have an account or are looking to get one, you might be able to use the Tweetbot app on Android or iOS.
Just follow the steps below to set one up.
Go to Twitter and click on the gear icon at the top right of your timeline to bring up the “Settings” menu.
You’ll see the “Trending Topics” menu in the top-right corner of your screen.
Here, you’ll find a “Trends” tab that contains a list of trending topics.
If you’ve got an account, tap the “My Tweets” button to see your trending topics and you’ll see a list next to each topic that has a trending topic.
Tap the “Hide” button next to a topic and the topics will be automatically hidden from your tweet history.
To hide a trending hashtag, you just need to click the “Show” button in the “Top” or the “Most active” columns.
Tap on the topic in the list that you want to hide.
The list of topics will automatically hide the topic from Twitter, but you’ll still see it in the Trending Topics list.
Tweet bots can also hide trending topic information on the user’s timeline.
In this example, I’m using the “most popular” topic to hide a tweet that has more than 20,000 likes and 4,000 followers.
To manually hide that topic, I just tap the topic’s “Hide Topics” button and it’ll be hidden.
To see the most popular topic in your Tweetbot timeline, you should go to your Timeline and tap on “Topics” in the lower right-hand corner.
There, you will see the topic you want hidden in the most active posts column.
Now you can see the topics that have the most followers, upvotes, and upvotes per share, as well as their top tweets and hashtags.