To delete your Twitter account, follow these steps:
1. Log in to your Twitter account:
Go to the Twitter website (twitter.com) and log in using your username and password.
2. Access account settings:
Click on your profile picture at the top right corner of the Twitter homepage. A drop-down menu will appear. Select “Settings and privacy” from the menu.
3. Navigate to Account Settings:
In the left-hand side menu of the Settings and privacy page, click on the “Account” tab.
4. Request account deactivation:
Scroll down to the bottom of the Account settings page and click on the “Deactivate your account” link. This link is located under the “Data and permissions” section.
5. Review account deactivation information:
Twitter will provide you with important information about the account deactivation process. Read through this information to understand the consequences of deactivating your account.
6. Confirm account deactivation:
At the bottom of the deactivation information page, you’ll find the “Deactivate” button. Click on it to proceed.
7. Enter your password:
Twitter will ask you to enter your password as a security measure. Type in your password to confirm the deactivation request.
8. Complete the deactivation process:
Once you’ve entered your password, click on the “Deactivate account” button. Your Twitter account will be deactivated.
Please note that Twitter retains your account data for 30 days after deactivation. If you log in during this period, your account will be reactivated. If you want to permanently delete your Twitter account, make sure not to log in again within the 30-day window.
It’s also worth noting that Twitter does not allow immediate deletion of deactivated accounts. It can take up to a few weeks for your account to be completely removed from their systems.