How to use advanced block options

Twitter makes it easy for you to view and manage your list of blocked accounts. Your blocked accounts list is viewable via twitter.com and the Twitter for iOS and Android apps. 

Exporting and importing your block list is not currently available.

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How to manage your block list

  1. In the top menu, tap your profile icon.
  2. Tap Settings and privacy.
  3. Tap Privacy and safety.
  4. Under Safety, tap Blocked accounts.
  5. You can unblock accounts by clicking the blocked icon or you can visit their profile by tapping on their profile photo. 
  6. If you previously imported a list of blocked accounts, you’ll see the option to tap All or Imported blocked accounts.

How to manage your block list

  1. In the top menu, you will either see a navigation menu icon  or your profile icon. Tap whichever icon you have.
  2. Tap Settings and privacy.
  3. Tap Privacy and safety.
  4. Under Safety, tap Blocked accounts.
  5. You can unblock accounts by clicking the blocked icon or you can visit their profile by tapping on their profile photo. 
  6. If you previously imported a list of blocked accounts, you’ll see the option to tap All or Imported blocked accounts.

How to manage your block list

At the top of your block list, you’ll see the option to click All or Imported.

  • Click All to see every account you are currently blocking.
  • Click Imported to see the accounts you blocked after importing another user’s list.
  • To unblock an account, click the Blocked button next to the account you’d like to unblock (the button will read Unblocked when you hover over it).

Note: Read about blocking accounts on Twitter for more information.

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