Seeing those tweets in languages you don’t comprehend could be very annoying. Whether you’re an English speaking user who follows many Chinese speaking accounts or vice-versa, if you don’t get the language, you don’t get the tweets.
If you have a lot of accounts from other languages that you follow, and you want to get rid of them, Circleboom can help you in doing so. With Circleboom’s feature, unfollow Non-English Twitter accounts, you can easily get the list of all the non-English accounts you follow.
Also, if you are a non-English speaker who follows many English accounts, we will also help you unfollow English Twitter accounts. Circleboom’s search feature can help you do so. All the steps are listed below so continue reading.
Unlike all the Twitter tools out there, Circleboom is the only tool that offers this feature so be sure to use it well to unfollow Twitter accounts by language.
Unfollow Non-English Twitter Accounts:
To unfollow non-English Twitter accounts, follow these steps:
Authenticate your Twitter account with Circleboom to log in. Once logged in, go to the menu on the left, select “The Circle” -> “Non-English Accounts.”
Circleboom will list all the Twitter accounts that you follow and that don’t set their language as “English” in their account. You can visit their account by clicking on the “Visit” button to see if their tweets are actually in other languages or not. You can click unfollow their accounts when visiting them to unfollow them.
By following these two simple steps, you can unfollow non-English Twitter accounts from your account at once. If there are certain accounts that you never wish to unfollow, you can add them to “Whitelist” and they will not appear in this list again.
Unfollow English Twitter Accounts:
If you’re from a country that doesn’t speak English and you want to get rid of all English tweeting accounts, you can do so too. Follow the steps below to unfollow:
In the Circleboom dashboard, go to the menu on the left and select “All your friends”
Circleboom will list all your friends on the screen. Go to the search bar at the top and type “English” in the search bar to list all the Twitter accounts with the language set to English.
By following the steps above, you can easily unfollow all the English Twitter accounts from your Twitter.
Along with language, if you have any other filters too like location or keywords, you can use them in the search box to unfollow Twitter accounts.
I hope the article above was easy to understand and you have been able to unfollow the accounts by selecting the right language. To test the features, you can use Circleboom’s free plan and check the list of accounts in your Twitter. To get the list of more than 10 accounts, you can upgrade to the Pro plan at $7.99 per month. Learn more about the pricing plans here.
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