Although it may seem counterintuitive, more and more people are choosing to delete their tweets. The rationale ranges from re-branding, major life events, and avoiding having the past come back to haunt you. I'm sure we can all remember politicians being taken to task for comments on social media that are years old. Mindsets change as time goes on, and Tweet Deleters want their timeline to reflect their current state of thought.
Many coders starting writing their own scripts for deleting tweets, but now there is companies serving hundreds of thousands of customers to delete tweets.
1. Tweet Delete
Tweet Delete allows you to protect your privacy by automatically deleting posts older than a specified age from your Twitter feed. This allows you to delete all your tweets all at once (up to 3,200 tweets), and helps make it easier to delete multiple tweets in one go.
2. Tweet Deleter
Browse and find tweets easily, even if they’re 8 years old. Select a date, choose keyword, tweet or media type to find your tweets in seconds. Select multiple tweets with one click and delete them at once. Your tweets will be permanently deleted from your Twitter account. Keep your feed fresh & clean - schedule tweets to delete based on your preferences. Want to delete all of your tweets? No problem - use the Full Delete option and say ‘adios’ with one click.
3. Tweet Eraser
TweetEraser is a simple web-based tool designed to help you filter and delete your bulk Tweets on an easy way. The filtering options are particularly powerful.
- with text strings (one/more or exactly)
- with HASH tag's (one/more or exactly)
- with date (earlier, since or between)
TwitWipe is a tool to wipe or delete all your tweets in one go. You may need to do this to start over, to clean it out before handing the account over to someone else, or maybe you've just realized how nonsensical your tweets are. Whatever the reason, TwitWipe is the answer.
Have you used any of these tools to delete your tweets? Or have you found other tools for deleting tweets? Let us know in the comments below.
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