Just because you get few likes or followers, it doesn’t mean that nobody is watching your online activities. Everyone is watching you and in fact they know better about your routines if you are someone who posts updates regularly online. Here it comes handy if you know how to delete all your tweets on Twitter. As, in the worst cases, you might even get fired if your employer finds you posting on the controversial subjects or against the organization.
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Since our social media profiles are more like an extension of our personalities, certain embassies also conduct a check on these profiles to make sure our character is clean before they approve Visa for us. You might be thinking that everything is alright in your profiles, but let me tell you something. Most of us do not remember what might have posted an year ago. If you are such a person, you are at the right place right now. Because here in this post, we are going to guide you on how you can delete all your tweets.
How to delete all your Tweets on Twitter?
Twitter doesn’t let you to delete all the tweets officially. Because, it might need those data to send you Ads and other targeted contents. However, you can delete all the tweets using a third-party tool. The steps to perform the deletion is as described below.
- Log on to TweetDelete homepage.
- Login with your Twitter account and authorize the app.
- Now select the checkbox next to Delete all my existing tweets before activating this schedule.
- Then deselect the checkbox before Post to my feed to let my friends know I activated.
- Finally hit Activate TweetDelete.
Once everything is done, go to your Twitter account > Settings > Privacy > Apps and then revoke the access of TweetDelete.
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