Twitter reduces the number of accounts that can be followed to 400 per day

Twitter has been trying dramatically for two years to reduce the unhealthy use of the platform, whether by spreading imaginary and offending content or even limiting the fake and annoying accounts, especially those affiliated with the services of increasing followers and the like. Today I have announced a further step forward in this matter by reducing the number of accounts that can be followed up.

The company posted on its official tweet saying: “Continue, unfollow, continue, unfollow.

Who’s doing this? Annoying accounts. So we’ll change the number of accounts that can be followed daily from 1,000 to 400. Don’t worry, you’ll be fine. “

Twitter says that it is annoying accounts that follow other accounts to attract attention and then you cancel the follow-up, and may return to follow them to get a followup and then you will cancel the follow up.

The fact is that this happens daily with most of the users, as many accounts start to follow hundreds and suddenly when they have a large number of followers you cancel the follow-up to them all.

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