A fresh start: Delete your tweets, retweets, and Twitter likes in bulk

Are you looking for a fresh beginning after all that chaotic atmosphere shaped around past the US presidential elections and ongoing COVID-19 pandemic? Let’s began with spring cleaning in Tweets, Retweets, and Twitter likes. How? It is quite easy with Circleboom unique features.

Twitter is of the world’s leading social media platform for conversations and debates. Every single day at least half a billion tweets are being sent. Everyone on Twitter tweets their thoughts on a situation or an ongoing discussion shaped around a piping hot hashtag on local or global dimensions. On the other hand, Twitter presents a ground for controversial topics, leading to some outrages and Twitter scandals.

Let’s consider past presidential elections in the US. Many of us involved just harsh debates that have been going on throughout the country. The major candidates, Biden and Trump, and broad masses got involved may the most contentious election of the US history that ended. Voter turnout was %65, the highest of the last 100 years. In such an atmosphere we passed through, it is not very hard to estimate that millions of voters do not hesitate to get in ongoing debates on Twitter. A total of 150 million tweets were sent during the election period in the United States. Moreover, Twitter announced it had labeled 300,000 tweets under its Civic Integrity Policy for the contents found disputed and misleading.

After all, those ended, many people might lose themselves in the rude debates occurred during the election. Other social debates have continued around topics, COVID-19 pandemic, and the Black Lives Matter movement. Unfortunately, for those who want to delete their tweets, retweets, and likes in bulk, Twitter does not provide any service. Herein, if you want to make a fresh beginning after the election, you can make it done with Circleboom ‘s unique features to delete your tweets, retweets, and Twitter likes in bulk with just a few steps below.

Delete all Tweets in Bulk:

Step #1: Log in to the Circleboom to delete your tweets. If you don’t have Circleboom access, you can easily authenticate your Twitter account in seconds.

Step #2: Go to the Circleboom menu on the left side, from there, click on “My Tweets” and from the drop-menu “My Tweets” respectively. Here, you can find your recent tweets listed.

Note: If you don’t want to remove your Tweets, you can easily specify them via using Grid Power Search on the right. Thus, you can specify your recent Tweets via typing in keywords, hashtags, location, and date features of Circleboom’s smart interface.

Step #4: When you are done, you can finish the process to delete your recent tweets, click on “Delete selected”.

Note: Twitter does not allow access beyond the most recent 3,200 tweets. That’s why, if you want to delete your tweets beyond the last 3,200, you can make it done via Circleboom’s Twitter History Archive delete feature. With Twitter archive deleter, (as you see on the below screenshot) you can delete your old tweets by date range, username, keyword, or by media tweets/retweets/replies as well.

Delete Retweets in Bulk:

Step #1: Log in to the Circleboom dashboard. If you don’t have Circleboom access, here you can easily authenticate your Twitter account.

Step #2: Go for the Circleboom menu on the left side of the window. Click on the drop-icon next to “My Tweets”. Go for “Delete RTs”.

Note: Here, you may consider specifying your retweets that you want to delete. For instance, you can filter your retweets by searching some keywords on the search bar on the right. Thus, you can specify your Twitter Likes via typing in keywords, hashtags, location and date features of Circleboom’s smart interface.

Step #3: After you specify the selection, click on the “Delete selected RTs” button in red. That’s it!

You can also watch the below hands-on video to delete all Retweets (unretweet) at once.

Detele your Twitter Likes in Bulk:

Step #1: Log in to the Circleboom. If you do not have access, it takes just seconds to authenticate your Twitter account.

Step #2: Go to the Circleboom menu on the left side. From there, click on “My Tweets” and “Unlike” respectively. Here, you can find your recent tweets listed.

Step #3: On the screen prompting, you can go for “Unlike All” to unlike all your Twitter likes.

Note: If you don’t want to remove your Twitter likes, you can easily specify them via using Grid Power Search on the right. Thus, you can specify your Twitter Likes via typing in keywords, hashtags, location, and date features of Circleboom’s smart interface.

Step #4: When you are done, you can finish the process to delete your Twitter likes, click on “Delete selected”.

Note: Twitter does not allow access beyond the most recent 3,200 Twitter likes. That’s why it is not possible to delete all Twitter likes if they are more than 3,200. For further information about Twitter’s policy on deleting Twitter, you may want to take a look at here.

You can also watch the below hands-on video to delete all Twitter likes tweets (unlike tweets) at once.

Wrapping Up:

While Deleting tweets, retweets, and Twitter likes can cost you plenty of time and effort, via Circleboom, all three different processes can be done easily within minutes. Moreover, Circleboom guarantees you a highly secured Twitter service, unlike the other third-party Twitter applications that cannot provide anything for your account security.

Originally published at https://blog.circleboom.com on November 19, 2020.

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