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How to Stop Twitter Emails on PC and Smartphone

by Carmelia Derby
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How to Stop Twitter Emails on PC and Smartphone

In this article, we’ll show you step-by-step how to stop getting Twitter email notifications on your computer or Smartphone. Twitter is known for filling up your email inbox with unwanted email notifications, just like every other social media site. This is done to get your attention on what’s going on in the world and bring you back to your Twitter feed.

Twitter is one of the social networks we like to use the most. But that doesn’t mean we don’t dislike some parts of it. For example, it quickly gets too much to get all notifications in the mail as well as on the screen of our phones. When you have an active account, you might get dozens of emails a day that aren’t important. You can also go to the official Twitter support site to know more information.

How to Stop Twitter Emails on PC

  1. Log on to Twitter and go to your homepage. Click on your profile picture.
  2. Click on More at the bottom of the menu on the left. Don’t click on Notifications in this first menu – that will take you to notifications from Twitter but won’t let you turn off email notifications.
  3. Choose Settings and privacy from the menu that pops up.
  4. Click Notifications. A Notifications menu appears on the right.
  5. Under Preferences, click Email notifications. The screen that pops up gives you a detailed menu of options.
  6. To turn off all Email notifications, slide the blue dot at the top to the left. All the options below will gray out and you won’t receive any Twitter emails.
  7. If you want to take a more nuanced approach, leave Email notifications on and check the boxes to be more selective about what emails you get and how often they arrive.
  8. Note that, if you have more than one Twitter account, you’ll need to repeat this for each profile to get rid of all Twitter emails.

How to Stop Twitter Emails on smartPhone

  1. Open the Twitter app on your iPhone or Android phone.
  2. Tap your profile image, which appears on the upper left of the screen.
  3. Tap Settings and privacy.
  4. Tap Notifications. Under Preferences, choose Email notifications.
  5. Move the white dot at the top to the left to turn off all Twitter emails, or choose which email notifications you want to keep from the menu.
  6. On your iPhone or Android, you can also turn off SMS and Push notifications in Notifications settings.


How do I turn off Twitter notifications on one device?

  • Tap the overflow icon (on the far right) in the top menu and choose Settings.
  • Tap the username of the account whose settings you want to change.
  • Tap Notifications in the Notification settings menu.
  • From here, you can tap to change the kinds of alerts you want to get.

How do I turn off Twitter notifications on my computer?

Select Settings from the drop-down menu that appears when you click on the profile icon. Click Web notifications in the sidebar of settings. Check or uncheck the boxes next to the notifications you want to get, or use the drop-down menus to switch between notifications that are Tailored for you (based on who you follow) and notifications that are By anyone.

How do I stop Twitter from sharing with other apps?

  • Enter your account information.
  • Go to the part of your account settings called “Apps and sessions.” All the apps that are linked to your account will be shown.
  • If you want to remove an app from your account, click the Revoke access button next to the app or at the bottom of the page after clicking the app’s name.

How do I make my Twitter account the same email alt?

Each account needs a different username, but they can all be linked to the same phone number. If you want to use the same Gmail address for more than one account, just add a dot to the username anywhere ( vs. , for example).

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