Fill a Photoshop mask with some of the stuff you’re most likely to be sharing on social media.
This is a great tool for quickly removing text from a blog post, or any other content that might be distracting.
Find the tool and try it out.
I recommend the free mask tool, which comes with the full Photoshop suite.
Create a mask and click on the mask icon in the toolbar.
Select the mask you want to delete.
Next, select Delete the mask.
Next click on Save and save your mask.
(If you’ve already made a mask, you can select Edit the mask in the upper-right corner and then click on Create a new mask.)
Next select the mask that you want, and click Create mask.
Then select the filter you want and click Save.
Next save your file.
Once done, you’ll have a mask that will delete any text, images, or other data that’s posted to social media pages.
Here’s how to use a mask to delete unwanted posts on Twitter.
Click the Twitter logo.
Select Delete the Twitter.
Select Remove All.
5: Next, click the Remove button to delete all the tweets from the account.
6: Select Delete and then delete all of the posts from the user’s account.