- To check the status of your request.
- Go to twitter.com and Log In using your Twitter account.
- On the top right corner of your browser.
- Click your profile picture then Settings & privacy.
- Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the Settings page and hit.
- Deactivate My Account to verify that it’s still active.
On your Android or iPhone, open Twitter and log in to your account. Tap the profile icon in the top left corner of the screen, then Settings & Privacy. Select Account from the drop-down menu. Tap Deactivate Your Account. Deactivate your account by tapping Deactivate. When prompted, input your account password. nap Deactivate to
Is deactivating Twitter the same as deleting?
Is it the same as deleting a Twitter account? No. Consider deactivating your account as a way to notify Twitter that your account should be deleted. Within minutes of you deactivating it, Twitter will erase all of your data from their website and put your account in the queue for permanent deletion.
The confirmed account holder or at their request must deactivate the account. Unfortunately, unless you can contact us from the verified email address (or have access to the verified mobile number on the account), we will be unable to deactivate your account for you.
What happens when you deactivate Twitter?
When you delete your account, all of your tweets, likes, and comments are removed from the site for up to 30 days. This might take minutes or a few days, depending on how active your Twitter profile was.
Send a ticket to Twitter’s customer support department. Delete the account, then unsuspend it.
To delete a Twitter account, open your browser and go to https://twitter.com/. Then, follow the on-screen instructions. While logged into Twitter, go to Your Account and select Settings and Privacy from the drop-down menu. Select Deactivate your account from the drop-down menu at the bottom of the page before moving on.