information leak and Facebook-a stir has been marked by the year 2018. Many are concerned about their privacy online. Now Twitter told in a statement how the privacy can improve that service.1. Protection tweet
twitter's privacy and security settings it is possible to protect your own tviittinsä. I saw a tweet the visibility is limited only to its own followers. The user is also given the opportunity to accept or reject the consequence of the request.Protect your tweet privacy settings. In The Screenshot, Twitter2. Image tagging
privacy settings the user can choose who can tag him in the pictures. You can give everyone permission to tag you in photos or prevent the marking completely. In addition to this, you can give permission only to those whom you follow.Prevent the image of the mark on privacy settings. In The Screenshot, Twitter3. Discoverability
you Can manage privacy settings through it, how other users find you. The user is given the opportunity to be found in the email or phone number. The user can also decide not to take this feature into use.to Prevent the profile to find the email or number in the privacy settings. In The Screenshot, Twitter4. Shut accounts, shut accounts, the user's profile page. Screenshot, Twitter
Twitter gave to shut accounts that you want to keep still common, but whose tweets you don't want to see constantly. Silence filled in the account users do not receive this notification and can continue to send you private messages.
the user can use to slow down the process of this profile page.5. The quality of the filter
notification settings can turn on the quality of the filter, which Twitter told healing saw your tweet power.
”the quality of the filter to clean up poor-quality message flows, such as tweets, that appear twice, or automated content. Filter switching on does not affect the content which will follow any persons, nor from the accounts, with which you have been recently dealing with”, the bulletin explains.Connect the quality of the filtering on the notification settings. Screenshot, Twitter