If you are into Micro-Blogging, then you must have been following people on Twitter, which is one of the biggest Micro-Blogging platforms. While using the Twitter account for a long time, it is possible that it might be filled with numerous Tweets, replies, and retweets on your account. However, when it comes to removing all the content from the Twitter account it is not an easy task.
For most users, it is a process where you will have to remove them one by one. However, there is a way through which you can remove all the Tweets, retweets, and replies at once. It’s a good technique when you have a lot of old tweets and want to remove all at once. Let’s have a look at how this can be done efficiently.
- Visit the website Tweetdelete.net and select “Sign in with Twitter”. On the next page, you will have to authorize the website to take access to your account in order to remove the old tweets. The access can be removed later.
- The next page will ask you to fill up some details like the age of tweets that you want to delete, Tweets that need to be deleted with a specific word or phrase and how often do you want to run this task.
- Now click on “Delete My Tweets” and it will show you the live progress, completion of which will remove all the tweets from your account.
- Now login to your Twitter account on Twitter.com and click on the More option in the left sidebar menu. Select “Settings and Privacy”>> Data and Permission>>Apps and Sessions. Here you will be able to see the name of the website Tweetdelete.net. Select the option and click on Revoke Access to deny any access to your account.
Now you will be able to use the Twitter account without any old tweets and start as a fresh account. It can be used to clear the account completely or just partially based on choices.