Since social networks have become an important part of our lives, many of the users tend to store large amounts of data on their accounts in the social networks. Considering that Twitter appears to be one of the most popular social networks, it doesn’t come as a surprise that many users store large amounts of data on their Twitter accounts. Our simple and step-by-step guide will demonstrate you how to manage your Twitter data effectively and make sure that it won’t disappear on the web. Follow our instructions below.
The first step you must make is to go to the website of Twitter and log in to your account
- The first thing you should do is launching your browser and accessing the following website: http://twitter.com/.
You can access the page of settings by giving a click to this menu item
- On the main webpage of Twitter, you will get to see two forms: one is the sign in form (which is located above) and the other one is the sign up form (which is located lower). Now, you have to complete the Twitter sign in procedure.
This section of your account’s settings allows you to manage your Twitter data
- In the first form, you should provide your username, email, or phone number by entering it in the first field. The, type your password in the second field and click on the “Log in” button.
In order to access the page with your data on Twitter, you need to provide the password once again
- Right after that, you will get to see your page on Twitter. You need to click on your profile photo placed at the top. After triggering a dropdown menu, you should give a click to “Settings and privacy.”
This page displays all the information about you and allows you to manage your Twitter data
- After accessing the page of Twitter settings, you will get to see a menu of settings located on the left. You need to scroll down and select “Your Twitter data,” which is located almost at the bottom.
Here, you can see some additional settings and information
- Then, you will be asked to provide your password right again. Type the password in the given field and click on “Confirm.”
Twitter also remembers the place to which you have ever been while staying logged in
- Right after doing so, you will get to see the page with all the information available about you. On that page, you can edit your username on Twitter, email, phone number, gender, and age by simply clicking on the “Edit” button nearby.
With the help of these text buttons, you can even download all your Twitter data in an archive
- Scroll down and proceed to the “Languages” and “Profile location” settings, where you can specify the languages you speak and where you are based.
- Scroll a bit down and you will see the browsers and devices where you are logged in to Twitter, as well as the access history. Also, you will get to see the places where you have been – you can get rid of that information by clicking on the “Remove” button.
- At the bottom of the page, there are several text buttons that allow you to manage your Twitter data. You can import the contacts by clicking on “Contacts,” download your history on Twitter by clicking on “Twitter archive,” see your connected apps by clicking on “Connected apps,” and review the muted and blocked accounts by you by giving a click either to “Muted account” or to “Blocked accounts” respectively.