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How to delete all your tweets on Twitter at once

Many people often find their old tweets come back to haunt them. To avoid the same fate, you may want to delete your tweets.

How to delete all your tweets on Twitter at once

Are you ready for a fresh start on Twitter? There are a number of reputable online services that allow you to delete all of your past tweets in bulk so you can start with a blank slate.

Here's a look at how to get rid of all your tweets...

Why delete all your tweets completely?
There are plenty of legitimate reasons for wanting to clear the list on Twitter without resorting to deleting your entire Twitter account.

You may want to avoid discovering old and embarrassing tweets in the future. After all, we can't yet enjoy the benefits of editing old tweets. Or maybe you are working on rebranding your social media brand. Perhaps you want to use an old Twitter account for a different purpose. Or maybe you just want to distance yourself from Twitter in general.

Whatever the reason, we'll guide you on how to delete all of your Tweets.

Disclaimer: Although we tested each of the apps mentioned in this article, granting any of them access to your Twitter account is at your own risk.

How many tweets does Twitter store?
It is often believed that you can only access the most recent 3,200 tweets, but this is not entirely true. In fact, Twitter limits the number of Tweets that appear on your timeline to just 800, while the Tweets and Replies tab will show the 3,200 most recent tweets and replies. This does not mean that the old tweets no longer exist.

Each of your tweets can be searched via Twitter's search console, unless specifically deleted. With that in mind, you should at least consider deleting all of your old tweets.

Back up your old tweets first (optional)
Remember: Once you delete your tweets, there is no going back. Once they are gone, they are gone. So, if you have any concerns that you might regret the decision, Twitter allows you to download the entire Twitter archive. This ZIP file contains every tweet and retweet you've ever sent (aside from the ones you've deleted), so you can store it anywhere you like for posterity.

To download your Twitter archive:

Log in and go to your profile.
In the left menu, click on “More” and then click on “Settings and privacy.”
In your account, click Download your data archive
You will receive an in-app notification when your archive is ready for download.

1. TweetDelete
TweetDelete is one of the most popular services for managing your tweets
TweetDelete is one of the most popular services for managing your tweets. With it, you have the option to delete past tweets en masse and automatically delete future tweets after they have been around for a certain amount of time.

On the free account, TweetDelete can remove up to 3,200 tweets without having to upload your Twitter archive. You can also remove up to 3200 of the most recent likes on Twitter.

If you want to delete more than 3,200 tweets, you will have to upgrade to the premium version, and upload your archive as a zip file. Then TweetDelete runs through that file to delete all of your tweets.

For anyone with less than 3,200 tweets, TweetDelete is probably the best option for you because it's so simple. You can wipe your timeline clean and choose to automatically delete future Tweets after:

One week
Two weeks
one month
two months
Three months
six months
One year

The text generally runs every two days, locating new tweets that have entered the date period you selected, and automatically deleting them. Once deleted there is no way to get it back.

If you want TweetDelete to stop deleting your new tweets, you can revoke its access to your Twitter account by going to Security and Account Access, clicking Apps and sessions, then Connected apps. Click TweetDelete.net, then click Revoke App Permissions.

2. TweetEraser
TweetEraser lets you delete up to 3,200 tweets for free
As with TweetDelete, TweetEraser allows you to delete up to 3,200 tweets for free. However, it is recommended to upload your Twitter archive to do so, which makes TweetEraser more workable.

If you're willing to pay the small fee to get access to the main TweetEraser service for 30 days, you can delete as many tweets as you want (for multiple Twitter accounts).

Once you sign up for TweetEraser, go to tweets and load your entire Twitter archive.

You can then use search filters to find the tweets you want to delete (based on date, hashtags, and keywords), or you can just select all of your tweets if you want to participate in them. And when you're ready, tap Delete Tweet, confirm your decision, and TweetEraser will start working its magic (it can be a little slow, but be patient).

3. TweetDeleter
Another reliable option is TweetDeleter. This is an excellent option that requires you to pay monthly, but before you turn it down completely, listen to us. TweetDeleter has some interesting features that you might be willing to pay for. The free version is enough to take a look, but you'll need to upgrade if you want the app to be really useful.

With a premium account, you can use the advanced search features to bulk delete tweets that meet certain criteria. You can set up automated processes for deleting tweets, or unlike posts, after a certain period of time. Of course, you can delete all of your tweets en masse. And (for another fee), you can see a history of tweets that have been deleted.

4. Recommended Twitter option
Twitter only allows you to delete one tweet at a time. This is fine if you have a few tweets, but if you tweet thousands of times, you need