How to get your life back after being blocked on Twitter
Posted On July 29, 2021
What if you don’t like the guy who has the hottest mic in the house?
What if your favorite social media account has been blocked from you?
The following advice will help you find out.
It seems the internet is in a constant state of flux, with some people who are already familiar with your tweets, the content you post, and the topics you follow being able to get their hands on them.
This makes for a confusing environment.
If you have a Twitter account that’s a fan of the company you follow, you can easily be blocked.
Twitter has a list of accounts that are blocked, and it’s usually pretty easy to find out if you’re in that list.
If it’s the opposite, you could be blocked for something you’ve posted.
For example, if you tweeted about “saying hi” to a girl, and she replies “Oh yeah, I like you, too” to that, you’ll have to remove your account.
That’s a problem because it could prevent you from receiving new content from your favorite celebrities, and in some cases, it could also make you look bad.
It’s a tricky balancing act to navigate because it can be difficult to know which accounts are blocked and which aren’t.
We’ve put together a list that will help, but it’s definitely not exhaustive.
It can help you identify accounts that might be blocking you.
We asked Twitter for a list and they sent us this:We’ve pulled together the list below, which we’ll update as more information becomes available.
If there are more than one account on Twitter, you should use the most current version of the app.
The list below is meant to be a reference to the most recent version of Twitter, but the app will update based on new information.
We also asked Twitter about blocking accounts that appear on the company’s lists of banned accounts, and they said that the company had been doing so for some time.
Twitter declined to comment.
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