If you have created your Twitter account long time ago and are still using it daily, then you probably amassed a lot of search history. You see, Twitter automatically saves your search history to make Twitter more convenient for you and uses this information to suggest new searches.
However, there is a possibility that you don’t want certain searches saved and want to delete them permanently.
In this article you will learn how to delete Twitter search history and how to view the list of your Twitter searches.
Let’s get started!
How to view your Twitter search history?
Anyone who has access to your Twitter account could view all of your search history very easy. To view your history, you need to be logged in to your Twitter account and click on the search box. The drop-down list will be displayed with your most recent searches. Easy as that.
Of course, many users don’t want recent searches to appear in the future., they want to protect their privacy. Keep reading further and you will learn how to delete Twitter search history.
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How to delete Twitter search history?
If you would like to delete your old Twitter search history, then you are lucky because it is pretty simple. Simply login to your Twitter account and click on the search bar at the top right corner. Latest searches will be displayed in a drop-down list.
You can delete each individual search entry just by pressing “x” next to the search term. However, if you would like to delete all of your Twitter search history, then just press “Clear” next to Recent searches. This will delete all of your previous search history. Done!
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How to disable Twitter from saving your search history?
Unfortunately, at the moment it is not possible to disable Twitter from automatically saving your recent searches. So, you will have to do this manually every time you want your search history to be removed.
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I hope that you found this guide helpful and were able to easily view & delete your Twitter search history. Have you found any funny searches? Let us know in the comments below!