Wordle – a daily secret game – has hit the social media platform recently. With small square, yellow, and gray emojis, the game is packed with social media feeds to become a trend. Developed by a Brooklyn-based software engineer named Josh Wardle, Wordle is a bit like a crossword puzzle and sudoku puzzle.
As mentioned, it involves word guessing, and players need to guess the daily secret word for six tries, with the help of colored hats with colored codes. It is available for play on the website and Wordle does not require users to download the app and sign in with any books, making it even more popular.
A growing number of users on Twitter are posting to Twitter via Wordle scores via screenshots today. If you are one of those people who are bored to see these tweets, this guide will help you get rid of unwanted Wordle tweets to some degree.
There are ways to customize and personalize your Twitter feed by removing those annoying Wordle points. You can mute words or hashtags related to the game.
Silencing Twitter will remove tweets from your notifications tab, app notifications, SMS, email notifications, home timeline, from replies to tweets.
How to mute Wordle Posts on Twitter (desktop)
- Open your Twitter profile and select More from the navigation menu.
- Select the Privacy and Security option.
- Select Silence and Block.
- Choose muted words. Click the ‘+’ icon to add words and enter the words or hashtags you would like to
- mute (you can add hashtags related to Wordle, Wordle Score, etc.)
Select the duration and click the Save button below.
In the Twitter app, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Twitter app and tap your profile icon
- Select Settings.
- Select Privacy and Security.
- Select the Mute and Block option.
- Click Mute Names. Then, tap the Add button and enter the words or hashtags separately.
- When you are done, click the Save button at the top right.
By doing this, you can block Wordle point posts in the home timeline and notifications. The mute function has the default length option, as well as 24 hours, 7 days, and 30 days. It will keep you away from any tweet with muted words or phrases.
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