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How to Delete Tweets within Seconds

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Don’t have time to delete tweets? Such trivial things like deleting tweets should not be taking a lot of your time because there are many important tasks required to manage your Twitter account. Managing your Twitter requires you to focus on creating tweets, scheduling them, and analyzing your growth. Less time-consuming things like deleting tweets, retweets, and likes, can also be taken care of by third-party apps.

Circleboom is a Twitter tool that allows you to manage all the important and time-consuming Twitter tasks in easy steps. If you want to delete your old tweets because of a major life-change or if you frequently clean your Twitter account, Circleboom can be quite beneficial for you. In this article, we will share the exact steps on how you can delete tweets quickly. 

Delete Tweets with Circleboom:

Step 1: 

Login to the Circleboom dashboard by authenticating your Twitter account. Once logged in, go to the Circleboom menu on the left of the dashboard. Click on the drop-icon next to “My Tweets.”

Step 2:

Select “Delete Tweets” from the drop-down. 

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Step 3: 

To erase all tweets:

Click on Delete all Tweets and all your tweets will be deleted. 

To erase selected tweets:

To delete selected tweets, you can click on the checkbox next to each tweet that you want to delete to select them. Once your tweets are selected, you can click on “Delete selected tweets” to get rid of these tweets. 

To erase a specific tweet:

If you want to get rid of a specific tweet, you can just click on the “Delete” button next to the tweet and your tweets will be deleted. 

How to make Tweet Deletion with Circleboom Faster?

With Circleboom’s grid power search, you can search for any tweet that you have posted from your Twitter account and delete them. As the search filter allows you to add both text and numbers, you can filter your search results by both keywords and dates. 

The gird power search can be used to filter tweets by:

  • Keywords
  • Hashtags
  • Date, month, year
  • Location
  • Twitter handle

Grid power search is the faster way to delete tweets from specific users or mentions or keywords. If you also want to delete all the tweets from a particular period, you can do it with the power search. 

Things to Remember:

Few things that you should remember while using the delete feature with Circleboom are:

  • Twitter only lists 3,200 tweets at any given time. Any Twitter user or third-party apps only have access to these 3,200 tweets. So, you will only be able to access your last 3,200 tweets with Circleboom’s My Tweets.

To delete all your old tweets, you can upload your Twitter archive on Circleboom and then delete all your tweets. With this feature, you can delete tweets that exist ever since your Twitter account started. You can use the date, keyword, language filter to sort your tweets. This is the fastest and simplest way to delete all your tweets in just one click. Learn more about deleting your Twitter archive here.

delete your Twitter archive
  • Tweets once deleted cannot be recovered. Any tweets that you are not sure of should be seen using the “View” button and then deleted.
  • Just like you delete tweets from Circleboom, you can also repeat the same process to delete retweets. Circleboom can also help you get rid of old Twitter likes that you have liked from your Twitter account. 

Hopefully, with the steps above, you should be easily able to delete your tweets and retweets. If you have any questions regarding the process, you can share it in the comments below. 

Harshita Agrawal
Harshita Agrawal

Social media and influencer marketing specialist who spends most of her time behind the screen. She's also an avid reader and a travel enthusiast.

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