Twitter has outlined another set of actions that should help tackle the growing number of trolls and abusive comments on the social network.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey last week promised that the firm would be stepping up to the problem of abuse, and the firm has now set out a three-step strategy to do this.
"Making Twitter a safer place is our primary focus. We stand for freedom of expression and people being able to see all sides of any topic," Ed Ho, vice president of engineering at Twitter said in a blog post.
"That's put in jeopardy when abuse and harassment stifle and silence those voices. We won't tolerate it and we're launching new efforts to stop it."
The firm has outlined a trio of changes it will be making, the first of which will be to filter "abusive and low-quality replies" from users' timelines by default. You'll still be able to see this tweets, if that's your kind of thing, but the firm promises to group together "less relevant replies" so that you'll be able to go about your day without it being ruined by idiots.
However, Twitter is keeping quiet on how this feature will work exactly, so it remains to be seen if it will work.
The social network will also ban users that have been suspended from creating new accounts, noting that these people typically take to the website just to be abusive and cause a scene.
"This focuses more effectively on some of the most prevalent and damaging forms of behaviour, particularly accounts that are created only to abuse and harass others," Twitter said.
Twitter's final new feature is 'safe search', which it promises will remove tweets that contain "sensitive content", along from tweets from blocked and muted accounts, from a users' search results.
This isn't the first time Twitter has promised to crack down on abuse. Last November, the firm made it easier to mute trolls and improved its reporting feature, but things over on the social network don't look too different to us just yet.
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