Important: If you are using our Custom Twitter Feeds plugin on your website then please refer to our GDPR disclosure for full details regarding compliance and how data is transferred and stored.
Removing Usernames and Avatars
In all feed types, the only personal information provided is the name and avatar of the user who posted the Tweet. These can be removed by going to the following setting: Twitter Feeds > Customize > Show/Hide, and deselecting “Avatar Image” and “Author Name“:
Disabling the Reply, Share, and Like function
As of version 1.4 of the free plugin and version 1.7 of the Pro plugin, you can disable the popup window and the code that generates it by enabling the following setting: Twitter Feeds > Customize > Advanced, and selecting “Disable Twitter intents JS“. If you have the Tweet actions still enabled, these will link you visitors to the tweet on Twitter to perform the interaction.