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I use the Stylebot plugin in Chrome to load some custom CSS for the Twitter site. .promoted-tweet { display: none; } That little bit of CSS will make all the promoted Tweets invisible.


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If you don't like the promoted tweets then use an app instead. I use Tweetbot on iOS and Mac. It allows you to filter in many ways, including blocking promoted tweets. I block any number of things on Twitter and it makes the whole experience so much cleaner.


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Sara's retweet stays. Although Sue's notification says "Sara Retweeted your Retweet", on Sara's timeline you will see the retweet directly linked to the original Bob's tweet, not passing through Sue. Whatever Sue does will not affect this RT. I confirmed this experimentally. This tweet was retweeted by @NormalHumanSE and that retweet was retweeted by ...



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