Unlike Tweets: A Simple Way To Clean Up Your Twitter Page

The primary ways to interact on Twitter are by tweeting, retweeting and liking tweets. As a result, you might get overzealous with your likes. If so, don’t worry. You’re certainly not alone. If you’re looking to clean up your Twitter page, consider going through your feed to unlike tweets. It’s a simple way to keep an organized feed. Plus, it’s a simple task with the help of a tweet unliker platform like TweetDelete. Unsure where to start? Check out this comprehensive guide to all things about unliking Tweets.

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You might be contemplating how to unlike everything on Twitter. If so, take into consideration that there are limitations. First, you can only unlike tweets that you have liked. You cannot unlike other users’ likes on tweets, nor can you unlike deleted tweets. Last, if you unlike a tweet that you have retweeted, the RT will remain visible. With all considerations aside, you can still make your Twitter likes disappear.

TweetDelete can help you eliminate likes on your Twitter. Not sure how? Here’s how to delete likes on Twitter using TweetDelete’s proprietary tools. Your Twitter feed will look good as new in six simple steps.

  • Log into your Twitter account through TweetDelete. The platform now has access to your Twitter profile, your tweets, and likes.
  • Click on the tab labeled “Likes” at the top of the page.
  • Roughly mid-page, you’ll find a drop-down menu for the age of likes you want to delete. Select the date range for TweetDelete to eliminate your likes.
  • Make sure you double-check your Twitter account handle. We want you to ensure our Twitter like deleter is servicing the correct account.
  • Agree to our terms and conditions.
  • Tap on the blue “Delete my likes” button.

Ensure your likes are gone by logging into your Twitter account from a new browser window. You can also see your TweetDelete history in your profile. Log into TweetDelete, and find your task history under the “Tasks” tab.

Yes, you can mass unlike tweets using a tool like TweetDelete. Deleting your likes one by one is such a tedious task. Why do it if you don’t have to? Clean up your Twitter likes at once for instant gratification. All you need to do is log into your TweetDelete account and click on the “Likes” tab. When you choose the age of likes to delete, select “All my likes” before you hit the delete button. Another amazing perk of TweetDelete is its ability to delete multiple tweets and auto delete tweets.

No, if you unlike a tweet, it doesn’t show, nor can users see when you unlike something. When you unlike a tweet, the only person who knows is you. The tweet will still be visible to the original poster and anyone else who has seen it. Last, it’s still counted in the tweet’s total likes. The only way anyone will know you unliked a tweet is if they have access to your Twitter analytics page.

If you’re wondering how to hide liked tweets, you can’t. When you initially like a tweet, it’s visible to the original poster. Other people can see what you like on Twitter if they have seen the tweet. Luckily if you decide to unlike the tweet, no one will notice.

Deleting your Twitter account erases all of your tweets, including liked tweets. This means that the tweets are no longer visible to anyone. You remove your likes on other users’ tweets and likes associated with your account when you delete your Twitter account.

If you have retweeted something, the retweet remains viewable to others even after you delete your Twitter account. If it’s privacy you want, consider carefully before posting, liking and retweeting. Even the most liked tweets with the most outreach tend to live in infamy online, even after deletion.

Unfortunately, you cannot recover deleted likes on Twitter. Additionally, Twitter doesn’t keep deleted likes in an archive. Once erased, consider them good as gone. Even if you delete your account and create a new one, you won’t see any of your liked tweets. Needless to say, think long and hard before deleting your likes; it’s permanent.

TweetDelete offers four plans to assist you in bulk deleting Twitter likes. Not sure where to start? Here's a brief overview of our plans to get you started.

  • Starter Plan. With the Starter Plan, you'll have access to eliminate up to 100 tweets or likes per month. You'll also be able to delete tweets containing profanity or specific words.
  • Pro Plan. With a TweetDelete Pro Plan, aside from deleting up to 500 Twitter likes or tweets, you gain Twitter management features. This plan gives you access to advanced mode. You'll be able to delete tweets by numeric ID or run automatic tasks.
  • Premium Plan. Last but certainly not least is our Premium Plan. This subscription allows you to have an unlimited number of deletes and unlikes. In addition, you can view your list of tweets in your Twitter archive and export them into a spreadsheet. Last, you'll have the option to help our development team with any requests for new features.

Get More Out of TweetDelete

We’ve established that you can delete likes on Twitter and through TweetDelete. But, did you know our handy Twitter tool can do so much more? TweetDelete helps erase Tweets, delete likes and manage your account. Here are a few ways you can get the most out of your TweetDelete account.


Delete Your Tweets

If you need to delete your tweets, look no further than your TweetDelete account. TweetDelete is the best platform for erasing tweets in bulk. Deleting tweets can benefit your personal brand and give you social media privacy. Not sure how to delete your Tweets? The process is virtually identical to learning how to delete Twitter likes on TweetDelete. So once you’ve figured out how to do one, you know how to do the other. It’s really that simple. There's no need for a Twitter archive eraser.TweetDelete does it for you. It’s really that simple.


Protect Your Privacy

We briefly touched on it above, but TweetDelete helps you maintain and protect your privacy. As much as we share on social media, it’s best to keep some things personal. It’s a good idea to dig into your past tweets and likes to see how they have aged. There might be something you no longer align with. If so, it’s worth deleting or unliking. As you do a deep dive, you might decide to archive your tweets. It’s a great idea, as Tweet archiving helps balance transparency and privacy.


Clean Up Your Twitter Page

Everyone likes an uncluttered Twitter feed. Take advantage of TweetDelete’s unlike and mass delete functions to help clean things up. As a result, you will have a Twitter profile and feed that looks professional and is easy to navigate. You will also have more control over public-facing information about yourself. A streamlined and polished Twitter account–what more could you ask for?

Now that you know all about unliking tweets let TweetDelete do the heavy lifting of cleaning up your Twitter. Use TweetDelete to erase all of your tweets, or tweet likes in just one click. We have a variety of plans to serve all your needs. Get started today.