Twitter is one of the most unique social media platforms where businesses can easily connect. The micro blogging app can help you find trending information, by using the hashtag to know what is happening in your country. Twitter is fun and most especially interacting with new people. You might have been tweeting for some years now, and when you decide to check your total tweet you were like wow I didn’t know. And now we can show you how to delete your Twitter tweets using TweetDelete
For some people who haven’t delete their tweets since they started using Twitter, you’ll find out that they have a lot of tweets up to tens of thousands. Okay, now you decide to delete all of your tweets, oh wait, I’m not forcing you, you decide, but don’t know how — you can pull this through with our step-by-step guide on how to delete all your tweet with just a few clicks.
You just discovered you got a lot of tweets, and now you want to delete all of them. Twitter does not allow you to delete all your tweet at once, it only supports one tweet delete at a time. So we are picking a service for this. Many online services can help you manage and delete your tweet, some of them which are free, and some charge a monthly subscription fee.
And some of these services that allow you to delete your tweet all at once or for a limit are TweetDelete, Twitwipe, TweetDeleter, and TweetEraser. TweetDelete is a free service that lets you delete both your tweet and your Twitter history and also set a timer for the deletion of future tweets (if you want to). Twitwipe is a free service that allows you to delete all tweets and videos and start afresh.
TweetDeleter is free but also has a paid plan for the premium at $5.99 per month if bill annually, and $9.99 if bill monthly with daily delete of 3,000 tweets. If you decide to go unlimited you pay $7.50 per month if the bill is paid annually and $14.99 per month if the bill is paid monthly. TweetEraser is a free service but also includes a paid plan with a standard Eraser, which costs $6.99 per month, and a premium Eraser which costs $9.99 per month.
These services are great, and if you have no money to pay (I know you have) you can check out the free service of TweetDelete and Twitwipe although TweetDeleter and TweetEraser also have a free version for their service.
How to delete your Twitter tweet
Before you consider deleting all your tweets, you might as well want to download your achieved tweet data because once it is deleted it can’t be recovered in any form.
To access your Twitter archive, head over to your Twitter Settings, click on your Twitter Account tab on the left-hand column, and scroll down to Twitter Archive.
You can then request your archive and it will be sent to the email address associated with your Twitter account. You will then get an email from Twitter asking you to download your achieve in a zip file.
Using TweetDelete to clear your tweet
1. To delete your Twitter tweets go to TweetDelete and agree to the terms and sign in with the Twitter account you are deleting the tweet for. TweetDelete only allows 3,200 tweets to be deleted at a time.
2. You sign in with your Twitter account, authorize the app, and then check the box that reads, “Delete all my existing tweets before activating this schedule.” Then you click activate. All your tweets will be deleted. If you have over 3,200 tweets, you have to use TweetDelete again.
If you decide to clean your account, you need to keep activating TweetDelete until it’s wiped out your entire tweet. Be sure to uncheck the “post to my feed” and “follow @Tweet_Delete” boxes before you click activate. You can check the process from your Twitter page and see your tweet and history disappear over time.
You can automatically set your tweet to delete overtime, all you need to do is set an automatic delete schedule, as TweetDelete lets you automatically schedule which tweet should be deleted, the service lets you choose between one week, two weeks, one month, two months, three months, six months, or one year.
The last is for you to protect and keep track of your tweet from unwanted and malicious users. Tweet, retweet, and stay safe and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @techvocast.