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Twitter is quite a trending social media site and you can also use Twitter by creating your account, you can tweet and also can see other tweets and react to them.

And when we create our Twitter account, we are asked to follow some people, although earlier it was necessary now you can skip if you want.

But if you’ve accidentally followed someone on Twitter and want to unfollow them or you’re bored of seeing someone’s many tweets, the best solution is to unfollow them.

After that their tweets will not be displayed on your Twitter account, and may be displayed but rarely. You can simply unfollow them by going their profile whose you want to unfollow on Twitter.

How to unfollow someone on Twitter

Whether you are a Twitter mobile user or a desktop user, both have the same process because both of them have the same interface, the process will be the same.

Open Twitter, if you find any tweet on the Twitter homepage of the person you want to unfollow, click on the three dots of that tweet

Click on three dots

Click on “Unfollow @username”, that person will be unfollowed

How to unfollow someone on Twitter

But if you don’t find any of their tweet on the Twitter homepage, you can search for it and go to his profile to unfollow.

Search by entering the name of the person you want to unfollow and click on people.
Among the people displayed on the Twitter search result, you can see the “Following” button whose you have followed and the rest have the “Follow” button.

How to unfollow someone on Twitter

To unfollow, click on the “Following” button and click on the “Confirm” button to confirm, you have unfollowed them.

Click on unfollow to unfollow them

With this process, you can unfollow whomever you want on Twitter and if you want to follow someone, you can follow anyone on Twitter by clicking on their follow button.

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