Twitter sometimes shows you tweets that people whom you follow 'like' or 'follow'. This extension provides a toggle to hide those.
Twitter 'Likes' Hider
Twitter puts tweets in your feed that someone else 'likes' or 'follows', or suggests 'topics'. This extension allows you to hide those and other similar tweets.
After installing, the Twitter 'Likes' Hider icon will be visible to the right of your Chrome address bar. It will be active when visiting Twitter, and grayed out while visiting any other website.
Clicking on the icon while active will toggle the view of the 'liked' tweets from hidden to visible and back again.
To see how many tweets are hidden, hover your cursor over the icon. If it has hidden any tweets, it will tell you how many.
It is possible to hide other kinds of Tweets. To change the kinds of Tweets that are hidden, right-click on the extension icon and select Options. A new Chrome tab will open with a list of labeled checkboxes. Check the boxes next to the kinds of tweets you would like to hide: Likes, Follows, Retweets, or Verified accounts / "Blue Check". The click the Save button to apply the changes. It may be necessary to reload Twitter.
Easiest option for everyone: Install the extension on Chrome via the Web Store link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/twitter-likes-hider/dkcgnebncpfljfaaplmedjnfjifffagj
Or if you are a developer and want to sideload the code: download / clone the source code into a local directory from here: https://github.com/rendall/twitter-like-hider and then follow these instructions from Google to install it on your browser as a developer. https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/getstarted#unpacked
The creator of Twitter 'Likes' Hider has zero interest in tracking you. Your privacy is sacrosanct. No data will be kept, tracked, transferred, sold, traded, nor even coveted in any respect, from now until the end of time.
Support: Have a comment? Question? Feature request?
Please follow this link and fill out the form: https://github.com/rendall/twitter-like-hider/issues/new
This extension is open source, which means you can see how it works yourself and even contribute to the project. More details here: