How to delete a tweet

Delete a tweet

If you’ve posted something that you’d rather take back, you can remove it easily.  When you hover over your update in when viewing your home or profile page, you’ll see a star and a trash can at the end of the update.  The star is for marking the update as a favorite, and the trash can is for removing it.

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To delete a Twitter update:

  1. Log in to Twitter
  2. Visit your profile
  3. Locate the update you want to delete
  4. Click the trash can

Voila! Gone forever… almost.  Deleted updates sometimes hang out in Twitter search.  More about getting them out is here.

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