Article updated: May 13, 2021
Mute, block, or report someone on Twitter
You can mute other Twitter users to hide their tweets from your streams without unfollowing them. Muted users will not know you have muted them. You can unmute someone using Twitter.
You can also block users so that they can't follow, view, or interact with your account. Their tweets will no longer appear in your streams. You cannot follow a blocked user. You can unblock someone using Twitter.
You can report a Twitter account to Twitter if you think they are in violation of Twitter’s rules or terms of service. This does not remove their tweets from your streams.
Mute, block, or report someone
- Go to Streams, and then go to a Twitter stream.
- Select the account name or avatar to open the user's profile page.
- Select More, select Mute, Block, or Report, and then select OK.
Unmute or unblock someone
See the following Twitter help articles:
- How to unmute an account
- How to block accounts on Twitter (For unblocked users, remember to select Follow to begin or resume following them.)
- Rules and policies