How to Make your Twitter Account private

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How to Make your Twitter Account private -How to protect your Tweets and make them private.

Always Remember Twitter is an open platform with many users who enjoy gathering followers and sharing their thoughts with anyone who wants to hear them. If you’re more private, however, you can choose to protect your tweets, which means that only your followers can see your account information and what you post on Twitter. Here’s how to make your Twitter private.

Making your Account Private doesn’t change anything from your normal twitter Account.

Steps involved if you are using iOS devices:


1: Login to your Twitter on you iPad or iPhone.

2: Click on settings and privacy.

3: And Tap on Privacy and safety.

4: In the Protect Your Tweets section, toggle on the slider. Your tweets and account information will now be seen only by your followers, and you’ll need to approve any new follower requests.

Steps involved using ANDROID:

If you’re using Twitter on your Android smartphone or tablet, here’s steps to take:

1: Open Twitter App on your Android device and tap your profile icon or Menu (three lines), depending on your Android version.

2: Click on Settings and Privacy.

3: Tap on Privacy and Safety.

4: Exactly next to protect your Tweets, toggle the slider to ON.

Steps involved using Web Browser

If you’re using Twitter on your desktop computer via a web browser, here’s what to do:

1: Go to, log in to your account, and select More (three dots) from the menu on the left.

2: Select Settings and Privacy.

3: Click on Privacy and Safety.

4: And Tap on Audience and tagging.

5: Click the box next to Protect your Tweets to Add a checkmark.

6: Select Protect to confirm.

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