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How to avoid spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home on all social networks? | Levelup

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Without a doubt, Spider-Man: No Way Home It is shaping up to be the highest grossing film of this year. The best part is that we won’t have to wait long to see it, as it will hit Mexican theaters this coming Wednesday, December 15. Of course, it will be a matter of time before the always annoying spoilers begin to circulate on social networks.

Unsurprisingly, many people don’t get a chance to see the film on its opening day and will have to wait a bit longer to hit theaters. If you are one of those people and you are worried that a surprise will be ruined, don’t worry.

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Below we will share some tips and tools that you can use to avoid as far as possible seeing an unfortunate spoiler of the film starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx.

Twitter is possibly the most dangerous social network and where it is more likely to find a funny person who wants to get smart with a movie spoiler. Luckily, there is an option that allows us to block tweets that are related to certain keywords.

First of all, to access this option it is necessary to enter our account and click on Settings and Privacy. Later we must visit the Security submenu and choose Silenced Words. Once inside, all we have to do is write the words we want to block. Obviously, we recommend terms that are related to the film such as “Spider-Man”, “Spider-Verse”, “Tom Holland”, “No Way Home”, and so on.

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Keep in mind that there is always the possibility that a tweet that contains a spoiler will not include some of the words you selected and therefore appear in your feed. For this reason, we recommend blocking as many words as possible and, as always, not lowering your guard. Another thing you can do is close your private messages.

Facebook has an option that allows us to hide the posts of a person, page or group for 30 days. Obviously, we recommend hiding those accounts where it is possible that someone shares a spoiler.

Sadly, this option is not as comprehensive as Twitter’s, so it is more likely to come across an image or text that will potentially ruin some of the film’s surprises. Therefore, it is best to browse this social network very carefully and silence any page or group that you consider relevant.

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Although YouTube seems the safest place of all, the reality seems to be different. Yes, indeed, the chances of finding a spoiler on the platform are minimal, but not non-existent. And, at the end of the day, it is always feasible for the algorithm to recommend a video of someone who recorded a scene from the movie and uploaded it to their channel.

Likewise, there are also youtubers who put spoilers in the titles and thumbnails of their videos. Given this, it is best to stop watching videos related to Spider-Man to prevent YouTube from recommending similar content.

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However, the best option to avoid spoilers on YouTube is to temporarily abandon the browser version and use only the one for mobile devices. We say this because there it is possible to download NewPipe, an exclusive tool for Android that will only show videos from the channels to which you are subscribed. For this reason, we recommend that you temporarily stop following the channels that you consider dangerous.

The tips above sound pretty good and can certainly avoid a major spoiler or two. But what about the rest of the internet? At the end of the day, the surprises of Spider-Man: No Way Home on Instagram or anywhere else.

To avoid that, we recommend installing the Spoiler Protection 2.0 extension, which is available for Firefox and Google Ghrome browsers. It is also possible to find it on iOS and Android devices.

Spoiler Protection 2.0 will block all the keywords you selected
Spoiler Protection 2.0 will block all the keywords you selected

What Spoiler Protection 2.0 does is block texts, images and videos that are related to the keywords you selected. It is a good tool to avoid the news and other publications that reveal the surprises of the movie.

It is important to note that none of these actions are 100% accurate and there is always the possibility that you will find a spoiler. Of course, following these tips will be better than nothing and, without a doubt, your online instance will be more secure.

But tell us, when are you going to see Spider-Man: No Way Home in theaters? Let us read you in the comments.

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