Twitter, like other social media networks, tries to personalize your timeline/feed. It’s a normal behavior for social media networks and it works, for the most time. Sometimes you get recommendations that aren’t relevant to you in any way and it can get pretty annoying.
Fortunately, you can tweak some settings to get a better experience or you can turn the suggestions off completely with a third-party app or extension in this case. At any rate, here’s how to stop twitter suggestions completely.
How to stop Twitter suggestions on Chrome
■ Open Google Chrome, type www.google.com/chrome/ in the address bar and press Enter.
■ Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find Web store. Click it.
■ In the upper-left portion of the page, make sure that the Extension option is clicked. Just above that in the search bar, type “Adblock plus”, and press Enter.
■ Find the Adblock plus search result, and click on the + Add to Chrome button to the right.
■ A small window will appear, just click on Add extension.
■ In the upper-right corner of your screen, click on the Adblock Plus icon.
■ In the displayed window, click on Options.
■ Now, click on Advanced on the left side of the page.
■ Scroll down, and click on Start writing my filter list button.
■ In the text box, type or just copy this: twitter.com##.flex-module and click Save.
■ You’re all set. When you open Twitter you shouldn’t see any more suggestions on who to follow or what’s trending and similar things.
How to stop Twitter suggestions on Firefox
■ Open Firefox and type addons.mozilla.org, and press Enter.
■ In the upper-right corner of the page, type “Adblock plus” in the search bar.
■ Click on Adblock plus search result.
■ Now, click on the + Add to Firefox.
■ When a small window pops-up, just press Add.
■ Now just repeat the steps from 6 through 10, and you’re all set.