Twitter can sometimes be time-consuming, even toxic. A short period away from social networks can be beneficial for everyone! If you decide to deactivate your Twitter account, it is however possible to reactivate it easily. Be careful, however: Twitter, like Facebook, offers a period of only thirty days to reactivate it.
In our series of tutorials dedicated to learning how to manage your Twitter account, here is a short guide to help you reactivate a Twitter account easily.
Reactivate your Twitter account
- Open Twitter or your mobile app. And log in.
- Twitter asks you to validate, by means of a pop-up message, that you indeed wish to reactivate your account. Accept and you're done.
Once the Twitter account is reactivated, you will be redirected to your news feed. Twitter specifies on its Help Center that restoring tweets, subscribers, lists or the like may take "a little time" to appear in full. So be patient and have a good experience on the social network!
Find other tutorials to learn how to manage your Twitter account:
- How do I use Twitter with multiple accounts?
- How to change the email address of my Twitter account?
- How to change my Twitter password?
- How do I activate two-factor login on Twitter?
- How do I turn off two-factor sign-in on Twitter?
- How do I change my username on Twitter?
- How do I remotely log out of Twitter?
- How to create a Twitter account?
- How to delete my Twitter account?
- How to temporarily deactivate my Twitter account?
- How do I link my phone number to my Twitter account?
- How to change the phone number linked to my Twitter account?