If you don’t want Twitter to make a sound every time you refresh your feed, here’s what you can do.
With all of Twitter’s shiny updates, the overall experience on the microblogging app is a lot better. One thing has stuck around though—the sound that pops up whenever you try to refresh the homepage.
However, there’s a way to turn off this annoying refresh sound. This article reveals how.
Will Muting My Phone’s Notifications Get Rid of Twitter’s Refresh Sound?
All Twitter notification sounds will be silenced when you mute all notifications on your phone. That includes alerts for direct messages and even refreshing the homepage.
Some people try to get rid of Twitter’s refresh sound by muting their phone notifications, but can be a rather inconvenient method. You should not have toggle silent mode on your phone to get a smoother experience on one app.
For people who don’t want to miss important messages by muting notifications, there’s an easier way to get rid of the Twitter refresh sound with minimal hassle.
How to Disable Twitter’s Refresh Sound
You’re scrolling through your Twitter timeline, and then you hear the Twitter refresh sound. Fortunately, Twitter has made the sound optional so that you can get rid of it.
Here’s how to disable that obnoxious Twitter refresh sound in a few easy steps:
- Log in to your Twitter account using your username or email and password.
- Swipe right on the home screen to reveal the side menu, or tap on your profile in the top-left corner.
- Tap Settings & Support, then select Settings and privacy.
- Tap on Accessibility, Display and Languages, then select Display and Sound.
- Here, you should find a toggle next to Sound Effects. Switch it off to get rid of the annoying Twitter refresh sound.
Refresh Your Twitter Without Anxiety
Something as simple as disabling the Twitter refresh sound can provide a more satisfying, seamless surfing experience. Now, you can scroll away without hearing that sound every time you refresh.