The craze of staying updated with things happening worldwide never seems to go out of style, and it is the reason why social media platform Twitter still keeps its crown as one of the leading ones for over a decade now.
However, with so much information pilled up on Twitter, it is no surprise that we end up seeing something we don’t want to see, something random that is so out of our preferences that it is almost bizarre.
So, what do we do then? We delete our previous search history and start with a clean slate.
Keep on reading if you want to learn how to delete your search history on Twitter - the steps are simple and easy.
Bonus read: How to stop someone from tagging you on Twitter?
Since Twitter takes every user’s searched items seriously, users start getting stuff on their feed related to what they’ve been searching for after some time. But, at times, it can be a bit overwhelming to see such information, and users want a fresh start.
In addition, millions of Twitter users leave their phones unlocked, so they better delete their search suggestion history because sometimes they search for something “unconventional” that can be unacceptable to others when they see it.
Do it from a desktop computer (this method applies to both Windows and Mac):
These steps are applicable to both iOS and Android smart devices:
And that is all you need to know about removing your Twitter search suggestions. Hopefully, we helped you do it so you can start fresh with your new Twitter searches.
If you want to explore other options on Twitter, for example how to find someone there by their phone number, how to change your Twitter color on mobile, or perhaps how to see sensitive content there, you can always check our blog posts on those too.
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