1. Don't be a downer in replies for no good reason.

2. No unsolicited advice.

3. If someone says something nice to you, boost a post of theirs that you like.

4. If someone is rude/unhelpful/a downer in your replies, block-unblock them to get them off your follower list (or just block them if they don't follow you).

5. Use hashtags sometimes, and when you do, click on them and boost the good stuff to federate it about.

@cassolotl @ChrisWere I would add to this that muting someone can be handy sometimes (E.G. You follow someone, but don't want their posts showing up in your timeline). And Mastodon allows you to mute someone, but still receive notifications from them, which is the option I almost always choose. You can even specifically mute boosts only. Am I the only one to do this? Does everyone else just unfollow people they don't want to see?


@TheFake_VIP @ChrisWere Oh I do mute boosts sometimes! But like, yeah, if you don't want to see someone in your timeline and you still want to be able to see their replies, unfollowing and muting-except-mentions do basically the same thing, right?

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