Twitter: How to Hide Ads From Your Feed

Users can stop seeing certain promoted tweets

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As users browse their feeds in the Twitter mobile application, they may see promoted tweets that they’re not interested in. Our guide will show you how to hide these ads from your feed.

Note: These screenshots were captured in the Twitter app on iOS.

Step 1: Tap the three dots in the top-right corner of the ad you want to hide.

Screenshot of a promoted tweet in the Twitter mobile application with a red arrow pointing at the three dots in the top-right corner of the tweet

Step 2: Tap “Not interested in this ad.”

Screenshot of the three dots menu for a promoted tweet in the Twitter mobile application with a red arrow pointing at "Not interested in this ad"

If you change your mind about hiding the ad, or want to take a different action instead (for instance, if you want to mute or block the account that posted the ad), tap “Undo” on your feed. This will add the advertisement back to your feed so you can take a different action.

Screenshot of a user's feed in the Twitter mobile application with a red arrow pointing at "Undo"

This guide was first published in January 2019 and was updated in December 2022.