Twitter is about to delete inactive accounts, so you can take the username you've always wanted.
Yes, you heard it right! The social networking website's about to run its inactive account policy, which states, all the inactive accounts might permanently be removed.
As per reports from The Verge, Twitter has already sent warning emails to inactive users who has disappeared for an extended period.
A spokesperson told The Verge.
As part of our commitment to serve the public conversation, we’re working to clean up inactive accounts to present more accurate, credible information people can trust across Twitter.
To date, Twitter has never taken this step - before Twitter seemingly allowed its users to hold their account even not using it for years, but rules are 'bout to change for users.
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So, if you are an inactive user, then make sure to log in, at least for a while, in order to save your account from being deleted.
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Well, to see the new change, a lot of fake & spamming accounts, and piled up old users are going to be cached out, which will make the platform cleaner with genuine users.
On the other hand, this might be sad news to those who were keeping memories of their beloved-passed-away people by watching their accounts.
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The new change was not to be considered to all the users as other social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram does to delete it. So, they shortly released to its angry users tweeting,
But the news doesn't mean Twitter won't delete as the new Tweet shares "We apologize for the confusion and concerns we caused and will keep you posted."
Twitter is yet to comment on their final decision, so in order to prevent from the shuffle, at least login yours or any of your important person's account.
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