Game of Thrones: The Iron Throne was aired last night and brought the mother of Corruptors on the fate of the children of Westeros in all corners of the Internet. Instead of trying to turn the dragon fire upside down for those who have no respect for spoilers, step back and take these simple steps to keep yourself from happily informing yourself of the action until the final episode ofThe last season of the GoT epic.
And no, we do not want to avoid any news page or uninstall your Twitter and Facebook apps to prevent unwanted information from being received.
Here are some tools you can use. [1
Muting keywords and accounts on Twitter
. 1 In the app, tap your notifications (the bell icon). If you are using a desktop, click Settings and Privacy .
2. Tap Settings . iPhone ($ 1,000 on Amazon) Users can select Muted> Subdued Words . Android and desktop users can select Muted words .
3. Tap Add (iPhone, Desktop) or the icon + (Android). If you follow several Game of Thrones accounts, you want to mute them. Dumb words like Game of Thrones, GoT, character names and popular hashtags.
4. Select this option to mute these words on your timeline, in notifications, and others.
5. Choose how long you want to mute the words and accounts. You can choose between 24 hours and forever. Then tap Save .
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Friends and groups temporarily fall asleep on Facebook  1. Find the group or person you want to fall asleep in your feed. (You know the one.) Click or tap the three dots on the top of the post on the desktop or on the phone.
2. Select Snooze (name / group) for 30 days . If you do not want to doze for 30 days, you can always go to her side and undo the doze.
Downloading a Spoiler Prevention App
Download the Chrome Spoiler Protection 2.0 plug-in for the desktop. This extension hides spoilers on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google and news sites. Just enter keywords like GoT or Daenerys and let the extension do its job.
Use phones like Spoiler Block (iPhone, Android) and Spoilers Blocker (Android) for phones. If you add keywords that you want to block, apps will not show them in your newsfeed.
Originally published on May 5 and updated frequently.
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