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Twitter Will Remove Inactive Accounts and Free Usernames in December


Twitter will eliminate inactive users from 11 December. Because of this, several older usernames will probably be released in the long run.


These are balances that have not been logged in for longer than half a year. Twitter emails users beforehand with the warning their accounts are in danger of disappearing. Those who wish to have them should log in and accept the latest terms of use. It is therefore not obligatory to also tweet yourself to help keep your bank account active.

Twitter explains that it will gradually eliminate inactive balances. As a result, their tweets also vanish, and they also no longer add up as followers with other accounts.

For profiles of deceased persons, the organization is thinking about a type of Memoriam where the tweets of that individual could be stored, but just how exactly that will work will not be yet very clear.

As balances are cleaned up, the user brands of those accounts can also be introduced. When that happens effectively will not be known. The Verge notes that all combos with five characters have been utilized today, a number of them could be introduced eventually.

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