How to Deactivate Your Twitter Account
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  • How To Deactivate Your Twitter Account
  • When you deactivate your Twitter account, it will permanently remove your profile and information on Twitter.
  • It will take 30 days, before Twitter remove any trace of your account on their system,
  • During that deactivation process, your username or email address will not be available for use in creating new accounts.
  • Before you proceed with the deactivation, you should know the following:
  • Deactivation is final and permanent.
  • If you just want to change your username, instead of deleting your current account and making a new one, you can just change it via Twitter’s account settings. That way, you still have your previous tweets and followers.
  • For 30 days, you cannot use your username and email for another Twitter account after deactivating it unless you changed them beforehand.
  • Account restoration is not yet available.
  • To be able to use your username or email address before you deactivate, you have to change them first:
  • Sign in to Twitter
  • Click Settings from the drop-down menu at the top right hand of the navigation bar
  • You’ll see a usernamefield there pre-filled with your current username. Choose your new username. A username you won’t use because it will be the one that will not be available for 30 days.
  • You’ll see a usernamefield there pre-filled with your current username. Choose your new username. A username you won’t use because it will be the one that will not be available for 30 days.
  • On the email address field, change it with an address you also own that you wouldn’t use for a Twitter Account.
  • Confirm the email change by checking out the inbox of the new email and clicking the confirmation link. Note: It won’t be changed unless you confirm it.
  • Confirm the email change by checking out the inbox of the new email and clicking the confirmation link. Note: It won’t be changed unless you confirm it.
  • Deactivating your Twitter account:
  • Click “Deactivate my account” foundat the bottom of the page.
  • Type in your password when asked.
  • Verify if you really want to do it.
  • Goodbye Twitter…for now..

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  • 2. When you deactivate your Twitter
    account, it will permanently remove
    your profile and information on Twitter.
  • 3. It will take 30 days, before
    Twitter removes any trace of
    of your account on their system.
  • 4. During that deactivation process,
    your username or email address will not
    be available for use in creating
    new accounts.
  • 5. Before you proceed with the
    deactivation, you should know
    the following:
  • 6. Deactivation
    is final and
    permanent.
  • 7. If you just want to change your username,
    instead of deleting your current account and
    and making a new one, you can just change it via
    Twitter’s account settings. That way,
    you still have your previous tweets and followers.
  • 8. For 30 days, you cannot use your
    username and email for another
    Twitter account after deactivating it
    unless you changed them beforehand.
  • 9. Account restoration
    is not yet
    available.
  • 10. To be able to use your username or
    email address before you deactivate,
    you have to change them first:
  • 11. Log-in to
    http://www.twitter.com
  • 12. Click Settings
    from the drop-down menu at the
    top right hand of the navigation bar
  • 13. You’ll see a username field there
    pre-filled with your current username.
    Choose your new username.
  • 14. A username you won’t use because
    it will be the one that will
    not be available for 30 days.
  • 15. On the email address field,
    change it with an address you also
    own that you wouldn’t use
    for a Twitter Account.
  • 16. Confirm the email change by checking out
    the inbox of the new email and clicking
    the confirmation link.
  • 17. Note: It won’t be
    changed unless you confirm it.
  • 18. Deactivating your
    Twitter account:
  • 19. Click “Deactivate
    my account” found
    at the bottom
    of the page.
  • 20. Type in your
    password when asked.
  • 21. Verify if you
    really want to do it.
  • 22. Goodbye Twitter…for now..