“You have changed and grown over the years, and it’s about time your Twitter does, too.”
Abu Zafar, from Lifehacker, offers this salient observation, and I agree. Twitter was designed to voice the spontaneous reactions and reflections of a time; much like the spontaneous sound of a bird ‘tweeting’. Can you imagine that senior sparrow pulling up a branch to reflect on the sounds it made as a hatchling? Of course not.
Technology offers some options to batch delete your older tweets. Here’s two:
- TweetDelete, has a free basic version and a pay version with advanced features.
- Jumbo, a mobile solution available on iOS and Google Play, can delete content from Twitter as well as other social networks like Facebook and Google.
Follow this link to Lifehacker, for more.
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