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Upload Twitter Archive

Upload and Delete Your Tweet Archive

Join us and delete your tweet archive with a single click. Get access to your old embarrassing tweets and make sure they don't get in the way of who you are today.
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Upload your Twitter archive data files to access all of your tweets

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Search and delete tweets uploaded from the archive

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Unlock the full potential of our other features by uploading your tweet archive

Over 1,360,240 users have already deleted 1,020,265,991 tweets
Please note that tweets you select to delete through service are deleted permanently from Twitter without an option to restore them!

Why do I need to upload my Twitter tweet Archive to TweetDeleter?

You only need to upload your Twitter tweet archive if you have more than 3200 tweets and you want to access them. Unfortunately, Twitter has a limitation that let's us pull in only your last 3200 tweets. To access the remaining ones, you'll have to upload your Twitter archive. But don't worry – it's not as difficult as it sounds. We'll help you step by step along the way – see the steps below.

Your Twitter archive and the data it holds

Your Twitter archive holds all the information about your Twitter journey since the day you first signed up. The information stored in the archive can come in handy in various situations. However, the archive is looked up mostly when someone wants to explore their Twitter history or erase embarrassing ghosts from the past by searching and deleting the tweets found from a long time ago. What’s more, your Twitter archive holds all the information about your tweets and retweets. Therefore, you can get your hands on all the tweets that can bring back great memories or those that should be deleted with no hesitation.

How to delete your tweet archive

How to delete your Twitter archive for good? After uploading your tweet archive, you'll be able to browse and delete all of your tweets, starting from your very first Twitter post. That means you can upload your Twitter archive and delete all of your old tweets for good! Are you looking for that one specific tweet that’s been bothering you for a while now? Or do you want to mass delete tweets? Either way, you can easily search tweets by keyword, search tweets by date and time or even search tweets by media to find the ones that must be gone.

Step by step guide

How to Upload Twitter tweet Archive

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Step 1

Log in with your Twitter account to request your archive

Go to your Account settings by clicking on the “more” icon in the navigation bar. Select Settings -> Your account and choose “Download an archive of your data”. Enter the password and click Confirm.

Step 2

Click the “Request data” button and wait for the file

You'll have to wait a bit until Twitter prepares the file. You'll receive a notification in the app and an email with instructions to download the archive file. Make sure you have enough space on your computer and download the .zip file.

Step 3

Upload the archive file on the TweetDeleter website

Follow our step by step guide here on TweetDeleter, it'll be easy. The upload usually takes a while depending on the size of your archive. Don't worry – we'll let you know when the upload is complete.

Step 4

Browse and delete your tweet archive

You'll be able to access, search, and delete your tweet archive. Once your tweets are uploaded, TweetDeleter will be able to delete them from your Twitter account as well.

Related frequently asked questions

How long does it take to get an archive from Twitter?

It's hard to estimate the time it takes for Twitter to create the archive file, since it depends on your archive size and Twitter's system resources. It can take from a couple of minutes to a few days. In that situation, we just need to be patient and wait.

Is there a limit on the size of my Twitter archive that I can upload?

Archive size has become a significant issue lately as Twitter increased the data available in the archive, and the overall size of the download files increased significantly. At this point there are no limitations for the archive file size, but for files above 3GB you'll need to upload through a different process. Don't worry – our step by step upload process will guide you through it.

Why can't I upload my Twitter Archive data file?

There can be many reasons why the upload process fails. If you have any concerns or questions please contact us at [email protected] and our support team will help you. 

How long does it take to upload the archive?

It depends on the size of the upload file. Please take into account that very big files will take quite long to be uploaded successfully to our app. Please be patient. Once uploaded we will process them on our side and notify you when they are available in the dashboard.

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