Deactivate Twitter Account Permanently

Deactivating a Twitter account permanently means that your account will be deleted and you will no longer be able to access it or see your tweets, likes, followers, and other information associated with your account. If you're sure that you want to deactivate your Twitter account, here's what you need to do:

1.    Log in to your Twitter account
The first step in deactivating your Twitter account is to log in to your account. Make sure you are logged in to the account that you want to deactivate.

2.    Go to Settings and Privacy
Once you are logged in, click on your profile picture in the top right corner of the screen, and then click on Settings and Privacy. This will take you to the settings page for your account.

3.    Click on Your Account
In the Settings and Privacy page, click on Your Account. This will bring up the account settings page where you can manage various aspects of your account.

4.    Scroll down and click on Deactivate your account
On the account settings page, scroll down until you reach the bottom of the page, and then click on Deactivate your account.

5.    Follow the prompts to deactivate your account
Once you click on Deactivate your account, you will be taken to a page where you need to confirm that you want to deactivate your account. You will be asked to enter your password and to provide a reason for deactivating your account. This reason will not be publicly displayed, but it will be used by Twitter to improve its services.

6.    Confirm the deactivation of your account
After you have entered your password and provided a reason, you will need to click on Deactivate to confirm the deactivation of your account. You will then be logged out of your account, and your account will be deactivated.

Please note that once you deactivate your account, your handle, tweets, likes, followers, and other information associated with your account will be deleted after 30 days. During this period, your account will still be visible to others, but you will not be able to log in or access your information. After 30 days, your account and all of your information will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered.

Before you deactivate your Twitter account, it's a good idea to consider downloading your Twitter data. You can do this by going to the Your Twitter data page and following the prompts to download your data. You can also consider saving any information or tweets that you may want to keep, as this information will be lost once your account is deactivated.

In conclusion, deactivating a Twitter account permanently is a permanent action that will result in the deletion of your account and all of your information. Make sure that you are certain that you want to deactivate your account before proceeding, and consider downloading your data or saving any information that you may want to keep. If you have any questions or issues with deactivating your account, reach out to Twitter's customer support team for assistance.