Twitter is your one-stop platform to gather just about any kind of information about politics, entertainment, agriculture, and other industries. While every function of Twitter is brilliant, there are times when you feel like deleting the messages you have forwarded to your Twitter friends.
Whether you have sent a wrong message to a person or you sent a message intentionally and regret sending it, there are some effective ways to delete Twitter messages from both sides.
How to Delete Messages from Twitter
Even if the person has read the text or they have replied to it, there is an option for deleting the message. Now, Twitter allows you an option to delete the text that you don’t want to react or answer to.
Perhaps, somebody sent you a text that you don’t have an answer for or you simply do not want to respond to. In such a case, you do not have to leave the text hanging there. Just remove it from your inbox. The person who sent you the text will not be able to prove that they ever sent you the message unless they have taken a screenshot.
Just like people send messages that they regret later, they receive texts that they don’t like. Below we have listed the steps for deleting the texts from both sides on Twitter:
Step 1: Visit your browser and sign in to your Twitter account from the Twitter log in page
Step 2: Once you have signed into your Twitter account, you will spot the “Message” button on the top left corner of the screen.
Step 3: An inbox-like page will appear
Step 4: Locate the conversation you would like to delete from your and the recipient’s inbox
Step 5: Hover the mouse over the text you want to remove. You will find the small trash button located right next to the message.
Step 6: Click on the trash can button and a message that says “are you sure you want to delete this message” will pop up on your screen.
Step 7: Click on “delete message” and confirm it.