How to get rid of tweets from your Twitter account
This wikiHow teaches you how to delete original Tweets and Retweets from your Twitter account. You can do this on a computer or on a mobile phone, but remember that you cannot delete someone else's tweets, nor delete their replies to your tweets.
Delete all tweets from your Twitter account on your computer or laptop
First : choose the service you want to be taken down.
There are a lot of services and websites that specialize in this service and will delete all of your tweets for free or for a fee.
I'll list some of them here with their links, and you can choose any one you like.
- The first and most famous free site is TweetDelete, which lets you delete many tweets at once and has a timer that deletes tweets automatically after a certain amount of time.
- The second site is called TwitWipe. It is also free and has the same services as the first two, but it has more ads and is harder to use.
- TweetDeleter charges for its services. For almost full services, it costs $ 5.99 per month, and for endless services, it costs $ 8.99.
- TweetEraser is the last site, and it costs $6.99 per month to use it.
- After you choose the site where you want to delete all tweets (we recommend the first site), move on to the next step.
Second : you can choose to save a copy of your info.
Many users may want to keep a backup copy on their computer so that it is safe and no one else can get to it. To do this, go to your Twitter account settings, then your account data (Your Twitter Data), then scroll down to the Twitter Archive.
From there, you can ask that your data be sent to the email address connected with the Twitter account whose tweets you want to delete.
Third : get rid of your tweets.
We'll talk about TweetDelete because it's the most famous and well-known site, even though all the other sites work the same way.
After you log in to the site and give it permission to view your Twitter data, click on the box in the picture below.
Also, don't forget to uncheck the two options at the bottom.
The first lets you post on your page and tell your friends that you're using the program.
The second lets you follow the site's Twitter account to get information.
The fact that the site deletes 3,200 tweets per session is interesting, but it's not clear why. If you have more than this number of tweets, all you have to do is reduce the number of tweets you have (let's say it's 15,000 tweets) by 3200.
This will tell you how many times you have to use TweetDelete, which in the previous case was 5.