So, you say you're already a pro at ignoring your unsolicited and unwanted Twitter direct messages. But what if there was a way to ignore them even harder? It's your lucky day. The social media giant that brought us such hits as the hashtag and the retweet with comment feature is back at it again with a new hotness that's sure to change the Twitter game. Specifically, the company announced Thursday the test of a new DM filter that could help you...

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