Twitter announces feature at CES that lets you BLOCK people from replying to ...

Twitter is set to test feature that lets you BLOCK people from replying to your tweets, leaving many to questions how misinformation will be debunked on the platform Twitter spoke at CES to share a new feature it is testing among a small group It will let users block everyone from replying to their tweets or allow anyone to There are options to let just those you follow and those mentioned to reply The feature should roll out to all users of the platform later in the year  

By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 20:39 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 20:39 GMT, 8 January 2020

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Twitter is set to roll out a feature that lets you block other users from replying to your tweets.

The social media giant took the stage at CES in Las Vegas to reveal 'conversation participants' that will appear in the Compose Tweet screen and include four reply settings: global, group, panel and statement. 

The different options will let anyone reply, limit replies to people you follow or mention in the tweet, only let those mention leave a comment and finally, the last setting blocks all remarks.

Although Twitter said the feature is to put an end to trolling on the platform, attendees at CES asked how misinformation will be debunked if the user blocks others from replying. 

The social media giant took the stage at CES in Las Vegas to reveal 'conversation participants' that will appear in the Compose Tweet screen and include four reply settings: global, group, panel and statement.

The social media giant took the stage at CES in Las Vegas to reveal 'conversation participants' that will appear in the Compose Tweet screen and include four reply settings: global, group, panel and statement.

The new feature was first reported on by The Verge, which listened to Twitters director of product management, Suzanne Xie, speak at the event.

'We're really excited about this, because not only does it help people

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