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How To Delete Tweets By Keywords/Hashtags

How To Delete Tweets By Keywords/Hashtags

. 4 min read

There are thousands of scenarios that require us to delete tweets by keywords or hashtags. Some common examples are:

  • Have you recently changed your industry and need to delete tweets with words related to your old industry?
  • Do you want to bulk delete tweets that contain all words targeting a particular company, person, or community?
  • Do you want to delete all the tweets addressing a particular topic that you no longer want your Twitter to be associated with?

Change in political ideologies, jobs, personal relationships, economy, the personal outlook may require you to delete old tweets. In any situation like this, it’s ideal to find a tool that can help you get rid of all problematic tweets at once.

One ideal solution to delete tweets by keywords is by using Circleboom. Circleboom is a Twitter compliant app that allows you to delete tweets in a systematic + simple + efficient manner.

Using Circleboom, you can delete tweets by two methods:

  • Delete tweets from the Twitter archive by keywords
  • Delete tweets by selecting each tweet by keywords

Let’s look at both the processes in detail so you can easily get rid of old tweets by just writing the right keywords.

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Delete Tweets By Keywords Using The Twitter Archive

When you delete tweets using the Twitter archive, you can delete all the tweets ever sent out from your Twitter profile. If you want to delete tweets with specific keywords and within specific dates, it’s easy to do so.

  • 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.
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  • Upload your Twitter archive and click on “Approve.”
  • On the next page, you will see the option to add “Any Keywords/Username, or Hashtag Search.” Use the search box to delete tweets. Type the exact keyword with which you want to delete all tweets.
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  • Approve your criteria and all your tweets with the keywords will be deleted from your Twitter account.

Once deleted, these tweets cannot be recovered. Hence, if you are not sure of the keywords or tweets you want to delete, follow the process below.

Filter Tweets by Keywords and Delete Tweets:

To try several keywords and find the right tweets before deleting them, follow the steps below:

  • Go to the Circleboom dashboard and select “Delete Tweets” from the “My Tweets” sub-menu.
  • If you want to search tweets with certain keywords, hashtags, or usernames, simply enter them in the grid power search on the right. Circleboom will list all your tweets that contain the search term. You can select the tweets you want to delete and click on “Delete Selected”
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This process is very effective if you are unsure of the keywords you want to delete tweets. You can search for various search terms and find the right tweets before you delete them. You can select multiple tweets and delete them in a click.

Just like deleting tweets using the Twitter archive, deleting tweets using Delete Tweets from Circleboom is also not recoverable. Once you hit delete, your tweets are deleted forever.

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Get Set Go:

Get ready to find the most impossible tweets with Circleboom and delete them. The tool makes it easy for you to get rid of old tweets in just a few minutes. If you have any confusion in managing your tweets with Circleboom, you can let us know 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.