Twitter is designed in such a way that we end up retweeting a lot. So many times, we look at our Twitter profile and see it filled with all the tweets we never wish we retweeted. But, what if I told you not to feel too bad about it? Because you can delete retweets with as much ease as you can publish them.
With an efficient Twitter tool like Circleboom Twitter, you can delete all retweets. Here are some ways how Circleboom makes deleting retweets really simple:
- With your Twitter archive, you can delete retweets that you have ever published so far.
- Circleboom lets you filter results based on dates and keywords if you want to find out how to delete retweets within specific dates or with certain keywords.
- You can also go through each of your retweets before deleting them.
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In this article, we will go through the exact steps to delete your retweets like a pro:
How to Delete Retweets with Twitter Archive
- Log in to the Circleboom dashboard by authenticating your Twitter account.
- Once logged in, go to the Circleboom menu on the left, select “My Tweets” and select “ Delete Old Tweets.” You will be taken to a new page, click on Start here to begin.
- Next, you will see a screen to upload your Twitter archive. Drop your file or click on the Upload button to upload the archive.
- On the next screen, you will see three checkboxes to select all tweets, retweets, and replies. Click on the checkbox next to retweets and uncheck others to delete just retweets.
- Lastly, click on “Approve” to mass delete retweets.
How to Delete Retweets between Selected Dates
To delete retweets between selected dates, you can follow the steps mentioned above and then select the dates.
- After uploading your Twitter archive, and selecting retweets, go to “Filter by Date.”
- Select the “Start Date” and “End Date” to delete tweets between a selected period.
- Click on Approve to mass delete retweets from the time period selected.
How to Delete Retweets with Specific Keywords/Usernames/Hashtags
Using the Twitter archive, you can also delete tweets that contain certain keywords, usernames or hashtags.
- Follow the steps above, and go to “Any keyword/username/hashtag search.”
- Enter your keyword in the search box.
- Circleboom will delete all the retweets that contain the keyword from your Twitter account.
How to Delete Selected Retweets
When you delete tweets using the Twitter archive, you can’t see each tweet before it gets deleted. But, with Circleboom’s delete retweets feature, you can look at each retweet before erasing it.
- Go to the Circleboom menu on the left of the dashboard. Click on the drop-icon next to “My Tweets.”
- Select “Delete RTs” from the drop-down.
- Circleboom will list your most recent 3,200 retweets. You can only access the recent 3,200 tweets because Twitter allows only 3,200 tweets to appear on your timeline and that’s the default access third-party apps have over your Twitter account.
But no worry! On Circleboom, you don't have a 3200 limit. You can delete more than 3200 tweets, retweets, and likes with Circleboom's amazing delete tools.
- You can select tweets you want to delete and select “Delete Selected Retweets” at the top. The grid power search helps you quickly search for retweets you want to erase.
If you want to follow these steps in our video tutorial, here it is:
What is the difference between a quote tweet and retweet?
A retweet is a feature on Twitter that allows users to share someone else's tweet with their own followers. When a user retweets a tweet, it appears on their profile and in the timeline of their followers. A retweet can be done by clicking on the "Retweet" button under a tweet.
A quote tweet, on the other hand, is a tweet that includes a previous tweet with an added comment or message. When a user quote tweets a tweet, the original tweet appears embedded in their tweet with their added comment or message. A quote tweet can be interpreted as a "retweet with comment"
The main difference between a retweet and a quote tweet is that a retweet simply shares the original tweet, while a quote tweet allows the user to add their own thoughts, opinions, or commentary to the tweet. A quote tweet can also be used to provide context or add additional information to the original tweet.
Another difference is that when you retweet a tweet, the original author receives a notification that you retweeted their tweet, while when you quote tweet a tweet, the original author only receives a notification if you tag them in your tweet.
Can I see who retweeted my tweet?
Yes, you can see who retweeted your tweet on Twitter by viewing the "Retweets" section of your tweet. To do this, follow these steps:
- Go to your Twitter profile and find the tweet that you want to see who retweeted it.
- Click on the number next to the "Retweets" icon, which looks like two arrows forming a circle. This will bring up a list of all the users who have retweeted your tweet.
- The list of users who have retweeted your tweet will include their Twitter username and profile picture. You can click on each username to visit their profile and see their other tweets and activity.
Note that if your tweet has been retweeted many times, you may not be able to see the full list of all the users who have retweeted it. In this case, you can use a third-party tool or service to view more detailed analytics and data about your tweet's retweets.
Deleting retweets with Circleboom can save you hours of time and extra effort.
Circleboom provides you comprehensive solutions for social media management. You can delete retweets, tweets, likes, and also schedule tweets, and posts for other supported platforms.