control-panel-for-twitter

Browser extension which gives you more control over your Twitter timeline and adds missing features and UI improvements - available for desktop and mobile browsers (by insin)

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  • The majority of traffic from X may have been fake during the Super Bowl
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Feb 2024
    Control Panel for Twitter [1] can automatically hide boosted blue replies for you

    …although if an account is big enough, you're safer looking at the Quote Tweets instead for actual comments (it also restores the old direct link to those in the focused Tweet), e.g. you're lucky to get more than a handful of non-blue replies under an Elon Musk tweet among the engagement farmers before you hit the maximum number of replies Twitter will load

    [1] https://jbscript.dev/control-panel-for-twitter

  • Ask HN: Nitter officially declared "over" today, alternatives?
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Feb 2024
    In terms of a browser extension for Twitter, I highly recommend Control Panel for Twitter. It works as a browser extension as well as on some mobile browsers. It is highly customizable to filter out who/what you don't want to see and is fully open source if you feel the need to tweak.

    It's updated regularly and the creator is highly active on Twitter to provide updates and answer questions - @ControlPanelFT

    If you decide to use it, drop the guy a donation, they work hard on it!

    https://github.com/insin/control-panel-for-twitter

  • Twitter CEO shadow banned the GTAVI Trailer as retaliation for not originally posting the trailer on their platform
    1 project | /r/GTA6 | 7 Dec 2023
    Aye sorry I should have linked. Here you go: https://github.com/insin/control-panel-for-twitter/releases/tag/v3.21.4
  • Control Panel for Twitter
    1 project | /r/devopsish | 8 Oct 2023
  • X confuses the masses by removing all details from links
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 5 Oct 2023
    Control Panel for Twitter can already put them back [1] * *

    [1] https://github.com/insin/control-panel-for-twitter/releases/...

    * while Twitter continues to put the headline in the aria-label on the link, given there's no accessibility team left to protect it

    * unless you're using Firefox, as Firefox Add-ons now takes ~4 days to review new versions

  • Control Panel for Twitter: Extension for more control over Twitter/X
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 5 Oct 2023
  • Mozilla.social is live and open to registration
    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 28 Sep 2023
    > Prioritising the replies of people who pay money for it was a body blow

    A Twitter reply thread will only load around 200 Tweets in total, so on Tweets which have a lot of engagement, it's more likely that your reply will never be seen even if you paid, which defeats their whole purpose for ruining reply threads as a selling point. Just an incredibly short-sighted change.

    My browser extension for Twitter [0] can hide replies from "verified" users - if you look at any Elon Musk tweet with this feature enabled, you'll be lucky if you see more than 1 reply.

    Quote Tweets are where it's at now if you want to find comments on busy tweets which aren't Twitter Blue user posting multiple cry-laugh emojis, and they've recently made those take multiple clicks to access, from one of 2 different menus (my extension also restores the old Quote Tweets link).

    [0] https://jbscript.dev/control-panel-for-twitter

  • We Don’t Need a New Twitter
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Aug 2023
    While I realize this does nothing for mobile (RIP third-party clients), Control Panel for Twitter [1] has been nice for me to use as a browserscript. Defaults/hides "For You" and tweaks a bunch of other stuff (hideable trends, etc).

    [1]: https://github.com/insin/control-panel-for-twitter

  • Going back to the old (pre-X) Twitter iOS app
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Aug 2023
    On desktop, the extension "Control Panel for Twitter" will let you "Replace X branding changes", it's great.

    https://jbscript.dev/control-panel-for-twitter

    You can also hide the idiots with the BlueLiteBlocker extension

    https://github.com/BlueLiteBlocker/BlueLiteBlocker

    Makes Twitter a bit more like it was before idiot in chief took over

  • Is there a app or plugin to block out the "for you" tab?
    1 project | /r/Twitter | 4 Jul 2023
    Idk for mobile, but for desktop - one such example.
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