Twitter’s new Clubhouse-like feature called Twitter Spaces is rolling out to more users every day. That means, there’s a high chance some of the people you follow have Spaces available to them. That’s great, but as a lot of people start using Spaces vs Clubhouse, you will get more and more notifications from Twitter. So, here is how to disable Twitter Spaces notifications.
How to Stop Twitter Spaces Notifications
Whether you are using Twitter Spaces on Android, on desktop, or on iPhone, you can easily disable notifications for it. Basically, you will be able to get notifications for everything on Twitter, except for Twitter Spaces hosting that anyone may be doing.
Today, we will discuss disabling notifications for Twitter Spaces on iPhone and on Android.
Disable Twitter Spaces Notifications on iPhone, Android
Note: I am using an iPhone 12 Pro Max for this tutorial. However, the steps will be the same on Twitter for Android as well.
Blocking notifications for Twitter Spaces is pretty easy. Just follow the steps below and you’ll be free of the annoying notifications.
- Tap on the hamburger menu within the Twitter app, and go to Settings and privacy.
- Tap on ‘Notifications’ and then on ‘Push notifications’.
- Here just disable the toggle next to ‘Broadcasts & Spaces’.
That’s it, you will no longer get notifications when someone starts a new Twitter Space. You can still find and join Spaces you wish to be a part of, so don’t worry. This will only save you from the annoyance of constant notifications.
Easily Block Twitter’s Clubhouse-like Spaces Notifications
Well, that’s how you can disable notifications for Twitter Spaces on Android and iPhone. As you can see, it’s very easy to block notifications for Spaces within the Twitter app. Plus, there are a lot of other filters for notifications that you can use as per your preferences. If you’re too annoyed with Twitter’s toxicity, you can also delete Twitter accounts pretty easily. So, are you going to disable Spaces notifications? Also, do you use Clubhouse and what do you think of the whole Twitter Spaces vs Clubhouse debate? Share your thoughts in the comments.