unfollow


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unfollow

(ʌnˈfɒləʊ)
vb
(Communications & Information) (tr) to cease to track a person or a group on a social networking site

unfollow


Past participle: unfollowed
Gerund: unfollowing

Imperative
unfollow
unfollow
Present
I unfollow
you unfollow
he/she/it unfollows
we unfollow
you unfollow
they unfollow
Preterite
I unfollowed
you unfollowed
he/she/it unfollowed
we unfollowed
you unfollowed
they unfollowed
Present Continuous
I am unfollowing
you are unfollowing
he/she/it is unfollowing
we are unfollowing
you are unfollowing
they are unfollowing
Present Perfect
I have unfollowed
you have unfollowed
he/she/it has unfollowed
we have unfollowed
you have unfollowed
they have unfollowed
Past Continuous
I was unfollowing
you were unfollowing
he/she/it was unfollowing
we were unfollowing
you were unfollowing
they were unfollowing
Past Perfect
I had unfollowed
you had unfollowed
he/she/it had unfollowed
we had unfollowed
you had unfollowed
they had unfollowed
Future
I will unfollow
you will unfollow
he/she/it will unfollow
we will unfollow
you will unfollow
they will unfollow
Future Perfect
I will have unfollowed
you will have unfollowed
he/she/it will have unfollowed
we will have unfollowed
you will have unfollowed
they will have unfollowed
Future Continuous
I will be unfollowing
you will be unfollowing
he/she/it will be unfollowing
we will be unfollowing
you will be unfollowing
they will be unfollowing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unfollowing
you have been unfollowing
he/she/it has been unfollowing
we have been unfollowing
you have been unfollowing
they have been unfollowing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unfollowing
you will have been unfollowing
he/she/it will have been unfollowing
we will have been unfollowing
you will have been unfollowing
they will have been unfollowing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unfollowing
you had been unfollowing
he/she/it had been unfollowing
we had been unfollowing
you had been unfollowing
they had been unfollowing
Conditional
I would unfollow
you would unfollow
he/she/it would unfollow
we would unfollow
you would unfollow
they would unfollow
Past Conditional
I would have unfollowed
you would have unfollowed
he/she/it would have unfollowed
we would have unfollowed
you would have unfollowed
they would have unfollowed
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Practically speaking, why waste time and energy brooding over your newsfeed when you can shut down some users with just one push of the Unfollow button?
Unfollow and unsubscribe from everything that makes you feel bad.
With Snooze, you don't have to unfollow or unfriend permanently, rather just stop seeing someone's posts for a short period of time.
Ali, who is currently filming a TV series in Tunisia, came under fire from commenters on social media who felt that angrily writing their opinions beat just pressing the unfollow button.
Should you choose, you can also unfollow a topic or interest - simply tap a given card in your feed and unfollow, or visit your Google app settings to remove it from your feed.
Many threatened to unfollow her while others asked why she felt the need to post the 'disgusting' photo.
Ignore, block, unfollow, flag and report abusive behaviour.
No need to unfollow him, but no stalking either, OK?
We're pretty ruthless editors at W that, with 18% of those surveyed saying they'll 'unfriend' or unfollow a new source within a week if it doesn't impress and 11% saying they'd ditch it after just a day.
Unfollow a user--The big difference between following and not following someone is a user's ability to send you a direct message and whether you see her tweets in your timeline, if she is not directly addressing you.
In what appeared to be a reference to Today's Zaman editor-in-chief's case, the organization recommended Erdoy-an to unfollow a user on Twitter if he decides he does not like that user's tweets, instead of filing a legal complaint against them.
You're free to tweet what you want to tweet, and I'm free to unfollow whom I want to unfollow.