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The Ultimate mass tweet deleters: How to delete all tweets at once

The Ultimate mass tweet deleters: How to delete all tweets at once

. 8 min read

Wanna find out how to delete all your tweets at once? If you felt like that and need to clean up your profile or business profile, we will provide you some tactics on deleting all your tweets in this article.

Presume a tweet was sent years or maybe just months ago; it is no longer in context when you or someone else looks at it. When looking back at somebody’s timeline from years ago, it is impossible to say what topics were common, what the political climate was like, or what everyone was pretending to be outraged about.

Twitter is an outpouring of emotion in response to a stimulus. On the other hand, the tweets persist after the stimulus has faded; they become jokes no one else understood.

According to Pew Research center 2021 Social Media Factsheet, 46% of US adults daily check their Twitter profile.

The number of daily tweets on Twitter was estimated to be over 500 million as of the most recent official statistics. This was in 2014, and the number may have gone up since then.

Deleting tweets in bulk become possible with a few clicks with Circleboom

There are several points you need to consider if you consider deleting all your tweets:

  • Have you ever sent a tweet that was offensive to someone you know or a group of people? If you do not want to get in trouble down the road, delete these tweets.
  • Are you copying and pasting other people’s tweets? Those tweets should be removed if you are posting the same material on Twitter without permission.
  • Has someone else posted from your Twitter account and made a mistake? Maybe it was a coworker or a friend, and now that tweet isn’t enough? That is a good enough excuse to get rid of it.
  • Are you spreading misinformation on Twitter? If you have posted them mistakenly or retweeted or shared the info that you assumed accurate but then debunked, you need to remove all misinformation.
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Twitter says that they do not have a way to uninstall Tweets in bulk, and you can only remove Tweets one at a time.

Also, they suggest that if you want to start over with your Twitter account without losing your username, the easiest way is to make a new account with a temporary username.

What about trying Circleboom’s delete tweets feature?

If you want to remove any of your Tweets, such as those containing a particular word or those from the prior years, the Circleboom Delete Tweets feature will show the last 3,200 tweets in a single dashboard.

How to Delete all Tweets at once?

Follow the instructions below to delete your retweets and tweets with Circleboom:

Step #1: Authenticate your Twitter account to gain access to the Circleboom dashboard.

It will take only a few seconds to log in.

Circleboom only requires to link your Twitter profile
Circleboom only requires to be linked to your Twitter profile

Step #2: From the drop-down menu, choose “Delete Tweets.”

Go to the Circleboom left-hand menu of the dashboard once you have logged in.

Next to “My Tweets,” click the drop-icon.
Next to “My Tweets,” click the drop-icon.

Your most recent 3,200 retweets will be mentioned on Circleboom. Since Twitter only allows 3,200 tweets to display on your timeline, and third-party applications have default access to your Twitter profile, you will only see the most recent 3,200 tweets.

Step #3: If you have a specific word, hashtag, or keyword, you can filter them.

Such as if you want to delete all your tweets about elections, etc.), you can list them in the grid power search.

Deleting tweets by keywords can help you to clean up tweets of certain topic
Deleting tweets by keywords can help you to clean up tweets of a certain topic

Step #4: If you are done with filtering keywords, you can now click on Delete Selected.

Or you can manually delete all  your tweets with the Delete button placed on each tweet’s right side.

You can also delete each tweet with the trash can icon on the right
You can also delete each tweet with the trash can icon on the right

Step #5: Delete All Tweets with One Button!

If you want to delete all tweets at once, click Delete all Tweets; go for the “Delete All Tweets” button, and all of your tweets will be removed.

You can delete all of your last 3,200 tweets with one button
You can delete all of your last 3,200 tweets with one button

Also, we have a hands-on video:

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How to delete tweets at once by date?

Remove all tweets from a specific day, month, or year with grid power search.

When you are ready to delete all tweets by date, you should follow the steps below:

  • Open Delete Tweets dashboard from My Tweets menu bar again.
  • Enter the date in the grid power search on the right to search for tweets from that date.
  • Circleboom will show you a list of all your tweets from that date, and you can choose the tweets you want to delete by year and clicking “Delete Selected.”
You can manually type the date that you want to delete the tweets of
You can manually type the date that you want to delete the tweets of

Is there a way to delete all tweets, even for older tweets?

Yes, indeed!

If you need to delete old tweets at one shot or filter and then delete them, you may use Circleboom’s Twitter archive eraser. In this way, you can list older tweets (older than the last 3,200 tweets).

For this, you need to have your Twitter archive file downloaded from the Twitter data center beforehand. You can look at our guide on how to download the Twitter archive before following the below steps.

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How to delete old tweets via Twitter Archive Eraser?

Step #1: Once you’ve downloaded your Twitter archive, you’ll now have to log in to the Circleboom portal.

It can take a few seconds to link your Twitter account for this.

Yet again, start with syncing your account
Yet again, start with syncing your account

Step #2: From the Circleboom dashboard, go to the left-hand menu and select “My Tweets” and “Delete Twitter Archive.”

After that, you will automatically see the dashboard, where you can uninstall all of your posts, retweets, and Twitter media.

Go to the dashboard of Delete Twitter Archive sub-menu
Go to the dashboard of the Delete Twitter Archive sub-menu

Step #3: You’ll then see the Delete your Archive screen, which also summarizes the bulk Tweet deletion method.

You can see the guidelines of Circleboom’s Twitter Archive feature as described before starting too.

With Twitter Archive, deleting tweets in bulk to save time and avoid the hassle of doing it one at a time.
With Twitter Archive, deleting tweets in bulk to save time and avoid the hassle of doing it one at a time.

Step #4: Search for the “tweets.js” file in your Twitter Archive file that you received from Twitter.

After unzipping the Twitter archive file, search for “tweets.js.”

.tweet.js is the archive file you need

Step #5: Import the “tweets.js” file to the dashboard.

All of your Twitter history will be shown after the upload is completed in seconds.

Tweets, retweets, and replies are examples.

You will embed the Twitter archive data by dropping the .js file

Step #6: To remove all tweets, go to the Delete Twitter History dashboard, and you can filter them by date, language, and any keyword.

Also, you can choose to delete tweets, retweets and replies to delete in bulk at the top of the selections.

Circleboom's Twitter Archive eraser comes with several options

If you want to keep Tweets and Retweets containing any media, choose “Delete Only Tweets Without Any Media Attached” at the bottom of the list or vice versa if you wish to delete tweets with media attached.

Further, here is our video tutorial to delete old tweets:

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Bonus Feature: Delete Retweets in bulk with Circleboom!

Deleting retweets with Circleboom have the same steps as described below.

But it would help if you chose the Delete RTs option in the left-hand side menu bar after you open the My Tweets menu.

You can delete retweets in bulk and also by filtering and selecting too

After that step, you can delete all retweets in bulk up to 3,200 items or filter them based on keyword and then delete selected retweets.

Similar to deleting tweets, use delete selected RTs or delete all RTs buttons

For those who would like to follow these steps on a video tutorial, here it is:

Final Thoughts

Circleboom simplifies a time-consuming process, and if you value your time, and one of the best options for deleting tweets in bulk. Circleboom also allows you to delete Twitter likes.

When you use the Twitter archive to remove all of your messages from Circleboom, they are permanently deleted. So, before you settle and proceed, please be careful.

All Twitter users on the pro, multi, business, and corporate plans have access to the remove Twitter archive feature. To get started using Circleboom right away, learn all about the plans and pricing,  and subscribe.

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Kevin O. Frank

Kevin O. Frank

Co-founder and Product Owner @circleboom #DataAnalysis #onlinejournalism #DigitalDiplomacy #CrisesCommunication #newmedia