How to see deleted tweets in 2021

Humankind is a social and talkative being. We cannot live without communicating with each other.

It also goes for many of us on Twitter.

According to a recent study, at least half a billion tweets are being sent every single day on Twitter.

Every person may tweet their thoughts on a specific situation shaped around a hot hashtag or just tweet around randomly.

So, we could tweet about anything which we may regret later, in such chaos. Or, many tweets so much randomly as far as they worry about their tweet counter.

That’s why people end up in Twitter management tools like Circleboom to delete all tweets or to delete Twitter Archive.

However, many come with the question then, “how to see deleted tweets,” and they may want to find deleted tweets.

Well, how to see deleted tweets then?

You can easily apply these two methods through your web browser to see deleted tweets; the first one with the Twitter Archive and the second through Google Cache.

So, let’s begin with the Twitter Archive method then:

How to see deleted tweets: in just two steps with Twitter Archive!

Via Twitter Archive, you can see deleted tweets and recover them to save extent.

However, first, you download your Twitter Archive to began.

If you don’t know how to do that, you can find out how to download Twitter Archive here.

Once you download your Twitter archive, you will need a Twitter archive viewer.

Don’t worry; you won’t need to download anything. Your web browser is more than enough for that.

Step #1: First, find and extract your Twitter Archive file.

After extraction, open the folder and find the archive file.

Step #2: Then, you can open the archive file with your browser to find deleted tweets.

That’s it. Now, you can find and see deleted tweets of yours alongside the available ones. But, be considering that data is offline. So, you can’t make any configuration on it.

If you want to repost them, you can take screenshots of your tweets and post those screenshots again.

Or simply, you can copy your deleted tweet to post as a new one.

How to see deleted tweets with Google Cache!

You can also find deleted tweets through Google Cache via the following two steps below:

Step #1: Go to Google Search and search for your Twitter page.

Here, click on the down arrow next to the URL of your Twitter profile.

Step #2: Click on “Cached” to see deleted tweets through the previously cached version of your profile.

With that, you can also find another user’s deleted tweets. That’s easy!

Short Notice: This method will let you find deleted tweets, and you can see deleted tweets of yours quickly. You have to be sure you haven’t cleared your cache on your browser. Otherwise, it could be challenging to find deleted tweets.

Bonus: Can you see deleted tweet tweets with pictures on Twitter

To some extent, yes, it is possible. Every time you upload a photo on Twitter, the platform provides you a permanent URL for the graphic content you created. Like this one;

Via this way, even if you deleted your tweet, you can still recover those pictures and see them.

However, if you had saved those URLs, you can still find your pictures and keep them.

Final Verdict

If you are looking for an all-in-one, secure social media management tool, Circleboom would be the perfect choice for you.

Distinctively, Circleboom does not look like anonymous Twitter management tools.

Alongside its full-fledged, many statistics and management features, Circleboom guarantees your account safety.

The security of your safety matter to us. That’s why we are being preferred by many international cooperations and organizations around the world.

Originally published at https://blog.circleboom.com on February 5, 2021.

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