Spending less time on Twitter and mass blocking political words has been a big positive for me. Gerald Stratford and his vegetables are the best thing on there.
In my own lil bubble, Facebook is really useful for writing lengthy/weighty pieces to a select audience. I would find it easier to delete Twitter than FB.
Instagram is quite good fun in my own bubble but it’s turned into Crufts during lockdown and I have started muting people’s stories because of it.
LinkedIn: great from a work perspective in getting articles/content out there but individuals’ content is absolute drivel and you really get a sense of who people are through it (i.e. whose idea of feminism is Whitney Wolfe being the youngest female self made billionaire ). When I got made redundant I posted on there in the classic chirpy LinkedIn way about LOOKING FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES and I wrote it through gritted fucking teeth, but I also got alerted to my current job through my previous MD tagging me in someone’s post.