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Profanity filter

Twitter profanity filter

Our AI-based Twitter profanity filter, also known as the Twitter word filter, identifies any tweets, replies, or retweets containing commonly-known swear words, ensuring a cleaner online presence
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Our AI filter will find your rudest tweets

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Clean up your account with the click of a button

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This feature is still in Beta version so give it some slack

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

How to find X posts / tweets with profanities?

You can easily use our powerful keyword search engine to find any word you want - profanities included. But we haven't stopped there. We built our own artificial intelligence-powered app to do the heavy lifting for you by identifying all commonly-known expletives under one filter. Is it perfect and does it find every possible profanity? Nope. Does it also find some false swear words? Maybe. 

Should I delete X posts / tweets with profanities?

To be honest – this isn't our call to make. This is about you and how you want to present yourself to the world – we're just providing the tools if you so want to use them. That being said, this is often considered good practice for people in the spotlight – be that in politics, sports, business, and more. Erasing your profanity-infused X posts / tweets simply reduces one more potential future headache. 

If you're particularly proud of some of your work or find that the occasional profanity adds some personality, just don't delete it. You can browse all the X posts / tweets with profanities and pick and choose what to keep and what to erase. Plus, know that you can always revisit the X posts / tweets you delete from your X's timeline in your own private TweetDeleter archive.

Step by step guide

– how to use the profanity filter

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Step 1

Log in with your X / Twitter account

Sign in with your X / Twitter login details in TweetDeleter so that we can access your X posts / tweets.

Step 2

Upload your X / Tweet Archive

If you want to manage more than 100 your latest X posts / tweets you'll need to upload your Twitter archive so we can access and delete all of your tweets.

Step 3

Click on the profanity filter in the TweetDeleter dashboard

Browse the flagged X posts / tweets and choose which ones to keep and which ones to delete.

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