How to Delete Your Tweets Using TweetDelete

If you regret something you’ve said on Twitter over the years, it’s very easy to delete your post history.

We have all heard horror stories. The woman lost her job because of a Facebook post she made at a college party a decade ago. The man was fired because he accidentally tweeted something that could easily be misinterpreted.

The reality is that our social media characters are now an extension of ourselves. Whether recruiters can skim through your data to see if there’s anything relevant. Border forces review your online identity as part of their visa checks. The list goes on and on.

Luckily, TweetDelete offers a way for you to delete tweets from your account.

How to delete all your posts

If you regret something you’ve said on Twitter over the years, you can easily delete your post history without taking drastic steps like suspending or deleting your account.

But Twitter doesn’t offer a native way to bulk delete tweets.

There are a few third-party tools, but our favorite is TweetDelete. It can delete up to 3,200 tweets in one go, and can automatically delete any future tweets that grow older than a set number of weeks or months.

Follow the steps below to use Tweet Delete to delete your Twitter history:

  1. Visit the TweetDelete homepage.
  2. Click Sign in with Twitter and allow the app to use your account.
  3. Select the tweets you want to delete. You can choose a specific time period or all tweets you’ve ever made.
  4. Tick ​​the checkbox to agree to the terms.
  5. Click Activate TweetDelete.
  6. Once you’ve deleted your tweet, open your Twitter account and go to Settings & Privacy > Apps and revoke TweetDelete’s access.


If you want, you can make TweetDelete an authorized app on your account and schedule tweets to be deleted first. You can run the process automatically every few days.

Use TweetDelete to maintain privacy

No one should leave all their social media posts in public forever. Doing so is too risky.

Simple tools like TweetDelete will allow you to continue enjoying the benefits of social media while maintaining some privacy from prying eyes.

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