How to avoid Spider-man No Way Home spoilers on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

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Visiting your social networks, opening YouTube or simply surfing the web are pleasures that are taken for granted. But sometimes it is an exercise in absolute risk, especially when a fuel for spoilers like it is released. Spider-man: No Way Home, one of those films that although it has already released some of its aces, will surely keep many others up its sleeve.

How to avoid spoilers from Spider-man No Way Home

But this is the time of social networks, of the clever, of the trolls and there always has to be some unfortunate person with nothing better to do, come and blow your movie on duty simply for doing the (no) grace. And since we cannot execute those people as Thanos would do – better like Ronan the accuser and his hammerhead -, we have another recourse: to shield ourselves and our visits to the Internet.

Apps anti-spoilers

We start by adding an extra layer of security to your smartphone, or you don’t feel like having to configure the networks by hand, as we see there are a series of apps to avoid spoilers of Avengers Endgame and in general of all the content that you do not want you to burst.

Spoiler Blocker

Designed to avoid spoilers on social networks, ssta app add your own filters to the Facebook and Twitter feed so that we can continue consulting and writing on the networks today without fear of being destroyed by Game of Thrones. Its algorithms work not only for the RR Martin universe series, but also for other series and TV shows such as Westworld or Big Brother:

Bajar Spoiler Blocker Android

Spoiler Block

Similar to the previous one, Spoiler Block is exclusively focused on Twitter, fertile ground of the pure random spoiler that we can eat and ruin our day. The app can be configured for different broadcasts, whether they are series or sports broadcasts, and it is a great tool to reach the end of today at 8×1 and the rest of the season of Game of Thrones completely ‘virgin’.

Bajar Spoiler Block Android

Bajar Spoiler Block iOS

Social networks

Mute Spoilers on Twitter

The microblogging app has long incorporated a feature to mute specific words, hashtags, and even entire phrases. And it’s done this easy:

  1. The first thing you should do after entering the app or through the browser is go to Notifications
  2. Look for the gear that opens Settings.
  3. Now you will see the Notifications Filters. This is where you can activate the new measure.
  4. Scroll down to the third option, Silenced words, and activate it
  5. This will open another screen from which you can add everything you want to silence, from a specific hashtags to words, emojis icons, user names, complete phrases, etc., in this case any name, hashtag and even the title and Wandavision related number, such as Wandavision E06 or 1×06 to refer to episode 6.
  6. Then you click on ‘Done’ in the upper right screen and the changes will have been saved.

Filter comments on Instagram

To automatically hide comments that you don’t want to appear in your posts, you can filter them with the default or custom keywords. The default list of keywords contains the most common inappropriate and offensive words on Instagram, including foul language, but this function can be programmed to include terms referring to series, movies, books, etc.

  1. Open Instagram and go to your profile by pressing your photo in the lower right corner
  2. Tap the icon Options in the upper right (the three horizontal stripes).
  3. At the end of the list you have the Settings option
  4. Enter and go to Privacy
  5. Search Hidden Words
  6. In section ‘Manage custom list of words’ click Add to list
  7. Now you can write words and phrases related to Spider-man so that they do not appear in the posts or stories of your contacts or suggested.

Custom filter on Facebook

The walls of Facebook are fertile ground for spoilers, and maximum if we also visit one dedicated to Game of Thrones. Unfortunately there is no way to hide specific words or strings, but if you are admin of a page, you can prevent certain words from appearing in it. When someone includes a word you’ve blocked in a post or comment on the page, that word won’t appear on your page. To block words:

  1. Click on Setting at the top of the page.
  2. Under General, click Moderation of the page.
  3. Writes the words you want to block, separated by commas. You have to specify both numbers (singular and plural) of the word you want to block, in this case and as before, terms referring to Game of Thrones and Game of Thrones (also in English, highly recommended)
  4. Click Save Changes.

Visiting your social networks, opening YouTube or simply surfing the web are pleasures that are taken for granted. But sometimes it is an exercise in absolute risk, especially when a fuel for spoilers like it is released. Spider-man: No Way Home, one of those films that although it has already released some of its aces, will surely keep many others up its sleeve.

How to avoid spoilers from Spider-man No Way Home

But this is the time of social networks, of the clever, of the trolls and there always has to be some unfortunate person with nothing better to do, come and blow your movie on duty simply for doing the (no) grace. And since we cannot execute those people as Thanos would do – better like Ronan the accuser and his hammerhead -, we have another recourse: to shield ourselves and our visits to the Internet.

Apps anti-spoilers

We start by adding an extra layer of security to your smartphone, or you don’t feel like having to configure the networks by hand, as we see there are a series of apps to avoid spoilers of Avengers Endgame and in general of all the content that you do not want you to burst.

Spoiler Blocker

Designed to avoid spoilers on social networks, ssta app add your own filters to the Facebook and Twitter feed so that we can continue consulting and writing on the networks today without fear of being destroyed by Game of Thrones. Its algorithms work not only for the RR Martin universe series, but also for other series and TV shows such as Westworld or Big Brother:

Bajar Spoiler Blocker Android

Spoiler Block

Similar to the previous one, Spoiler Block is exclusively focused on Twitter, fertile ground of the pure random spoiler that we can eat and ruin our day. The app can be configured for different broadcasts, whether they are series or sports broadcasts, and it is a great tool to reach the end of today at 8×1 and the rest of the season of Game of Thrones completely ‘virgin’.

Bajar Spoiler Block Android

Bajar Spoiler Block iOS

Social networks

Mute Spoilers on Twitter

The microblogging app has long incorporated a feature to mute specific words, hashtags, and even entire phrases. And it’s done this easy:

  1. The first thing you should do after entering the app or through the browser is go to Notifications
  2. Look for the gear that opens Settings.
  3. Now you will see the Notifications Filters. This is where you can activate the new measure.
  4. Scroll down to the third option, Silenced words, and activate it
  5. This will open another screen from which you can add everything you want to silence, from a specific hashtags to words, emojis icons, user names, complete phrases, etc., in this case any name, hashtag and even the title and Wandavision related number, such as Wandavision E06 or 1×06 to refer to episode 6.
  6. Then you click on ‘Done’ in the upper right screen and the changes will have been saved.

Filter comments on Instagram

To automatically hide comments that you don’t want to appear in your posts, you can filter them with the default or custom keywords. The default list of keywords contains the most common inappropriate and offensive words on Instagram, including foul language, but this function can be programmed to include terms referring to series, movies, books, etc.

  1. Open Instagram and go to your profile by pressing your photo in the lower right corner
  2. Tap the icon Options in the upper right (the three horizontal stripes).
  3. At the end of the list you have the Settings option
  4. Enter and go to Privacy
  5. Search Hidden Words
  6. In section ‘Manage custom list of words’ click Add to list
  7. Now you can write words and phrases related to Spider-man so that they do not appear in the posts or stories of your contacts or suggested.

Custom filter on Facebook

The walls of Facebook are fertile ground for spoilers, and maximum if we also visit one dedicated to Game of Thrones. Unfortunately there is no way to hide specific words or strings, but if you are admin of a page, you can prevent certain words from appearing in it. When someone includes a word you’ve blocked in a post or comment on the page, that word won’t appear on your page. To block words:

  1. Click on Setting at the top of the page.
  2. Under General, click Moderation of the page.
  3. Writes the words you want to block, separated by commas. You have to specify both numbers (singular and plural) of the word you want to block, in this case and as before, terms referring to Game of Thrones and Game of Thrones (also in English, highly recommended)
  4. Click Save Changes.

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