Block content with just a few clicks!
First start an editing session by clicking the edit button on the top right of your paper.
While in edit mode, click on the icon, shown below the unwanted article/content.
From there, a sub-menu will appear, allowing you to choose to block either the Twitter user that shared the content, or the website that the content originated from:
For a paper using the classic layout (legacy):
- To edit your paper, you must first click the edit button on the top right of your paper.
- Once in edit mode, you will notice editing icons on the top right of articles, videos and photos.
For a paper using the modern layout (legacy):
- There is no edit button with the modern layout because you are already in edit mode.
- Hover over the article, video or image and on the right, you'll find controls on the right that will allow you to drag/drop, delete or block a contributor or website. The blocking controls are found under "..." on the right of an article, image or video.
Block the news spotter who shared the news! Blocking the news spotter will prevent us from fetching any further content from that user for the current and future editions of your paper.
Block the news source itself! Blocking the news source itself will block a URL from appearing on current and future editions of your paper. This button is not found for videos.
As soon as you block the person, or website, we will automatically delete the article and place them on a "blocked" list. You can access this list under your paper settings.
Editing your block lists
Have you accidentally blocked someone or a site -or- maybe you have changed your mind? You can lift the block at any time by deleting the blocked person or site. To view and edit the sites or people you have blocked, go to your Paper Settings, click Content > Advanced Settings > select Blocked people or Blocked websites. Click the red minus symbol to remove the person or website from your block list.
Want to block a user or URL prior to that user or URL appearing on your paper? Contact us on twitter and we can help.
Pro users: contact us on twitter -or- using the email noted on the footer of your invoice emails.
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