It’s easy to unfollow someone on Twitter whenever you want to. But, when there are many people to unfollow, that may take time.
There can be several reasons. They might have unfollowed you, or you don't want to see their content anymore. It is a perfect way to clean your Twitter account. The winter is on the way! A winter clean is needed on Twitter, right!
In this article, we will look at the step-by-step process to remove accounts on Twitter so you can do it easily.
Before beginning, it's also possible if you want to get rid of old tweets, retweets, or replies mentioning some accounts you don't want in your life! You can even delete your Twitter likes from those accounts via Circeboom! It's also possible on your Android (web browser) and iOS devices!
First things first: Spot fake and inactive followers on Twitter with Circleboom (2023 update)
Find out fake and inactive Twitter followers with Circleboom:
Step #1: Create a Circleboom account and make a connection with your Twitter profile.
It will take just a few seconds.
Step #2: To get a list of all Twitter accounts that follow you, go to the menu on the left, find “Followers” and then “All My Followers” respectively.
Step #3: Circleboom will list all the Twitter accounts that follow you. You can click the "Visit" button to visit their profile.
You can apply filters and find out fake and inactive accounts among your followers.
Also, you can visit the accounts individually, block/unblock them, and force them to unfollow you.
I found 8 inactive and fake followers among my Twitter followers thanks to Circleboom.
If you want to search for accounts, you can use the grid filter search at the top to filter Twitter accounts by name, keywords, handles, location, and language.
Click on the blue Visit button to visit them on Twitter and follow the steps below to block-unblock them if you want to do it natively on Twitter.
In case you would like to follow these steps in our video tutorial to remove Twitter followers, here it is:
Steps to remove Twitter followers using Twitter:
Step #1: Log in to your Twitter account.
Step #2: Once logged in, go to your Twitter menu on the left, and click on “Profile.”
Step #3: On your Twitter profile, click on “ _ Followers” under your Twitter header.
Note: Remember that the followings are the account you follow and the followers are the accounts that follow you. So, make sure you click on the follower number to remove Twitter followers.
Step #4: Twitter will list all your followers. You can scroll the list to look for the Twitter account that you want to remove. Once you find the account, click on that account to open their profile.
Step #5: Once you open the Twitter account, click on the three dots on the right of the Twitter handle, and from the drop-down, select, “Block”
Step #6: After you click on Block from the drop-down, you will get a confirmation message asking if you want to block the account or not. Click on “Block” again to block the Twitter account. Once you block, neither that Twitter account can see your tweets nor you can see theirs.
Step #7: After you’ve blocked the Twitter account, unblock their Twitter account by clicking on the “Blocked” button on the right. The “Blocked” button will switch to “Unblock” once you hover over it.
Step #8: After you unblock that account, that account will not be your follower anymore. You force the account to unfollow you. They would not be notified in any way that could let them know that they don’t follow you anymore.
With the steps mentioned above, you can go to Twitter and remove your Twitter followers. The only drawback is that if you have thousands of followers, you would have to spend a lot of time scrolling and finding the accounts to remove before you actually do so.
Bonus: Find out who unfollowed you on Twitter!
Your nightmares will come to an end. You don't need to wonder, "Who unfollowed me on Twitter?".
Circleboom Twitter monitors your followers and provides you the data that shows who unfollowed you, only a few steps:
Step #1: As the first step, please go to Circleboom Twitter and login with your active e-mail address.
If you haven't got a Circleboom account yet, you can get one in almost no time!
Step #2: Secondly, let's authorize Circleboom Twitter via sign-in with your Twitter account.
Your Twitter account will be connected to the Circleboom dashboard to find out who unfollowed you on Twitter.
Step #3: Navigate to the left and open up the menu. See the "Followers" tab there.
Here you will see the "Who Unfollowed Me?" option. Click on it and navigate.
Step #4: Now you can see those Twitter accounts who unfollowed you on Twitter. To keep your unfollower stats at a desired level, you can select those accounts and unfollow them on Twitter if you wish.
At this point, you can compare delivered Twitter unfollower stats to find out who unfollowed you on Twitter!
You can also set up an "Unfollower Alert" on Circleboom to get notifications whenever an account unfollows you on Twitter!
If you want to remove accounts who unfollowed you on Twitter, you can check them and continue to click the blue "Add to Twitter List" button to create a Twitter list out of your Twitter unfollower stats.
Hence you can succeed in keeping your following/follower ratio better!
Are you Ready?
The steps above are simple if you follow them once.
Try to quickly remove Twitter followers with the method above and let us know if it was efficient in the comments below.
If you are interested in using Circleboom to manage your Twitter account, learn more about our tool, pricing, and FAQs.