✎ Key Points:
» You can reactivate your Twitter account by visiting twitter.com, clicking “Sign in,” entering your username and password, and confirming the reactivation prompt.
» Use your attached phone number or email if you can’t recall your username. Ensure a successful reactivation by tapping “Yes, reactivate” when prompted.
» Also, contact Twitter help through the “Problems with account access” section and submit a form with your username, password, and a description of the problem.
How To Reactivate Your Twitter Account:
There are some methods you can try:
1. By Log Into the Account Again
Follow the below steps:
Step 1: Go to Twitter.com
You can easily reactivate your Twitter account, which you unfortunately deactivated. You need to go to Google Chrome or a web browser of your choice. Here, you have to go to the search bar, which you will either find at the top of the screen or in the middle of the screen.
Next, you must type in “Twitter” or “Twitter.com” and go to the Twitter main page in the search results. If you type the latter, the log-in page will directly open in front of you.
Then, you must tap on the option “Sign in” to open the sign-in page.
Note: You can use any device like your phone, laptop, or tablet.
Step 2: Log-in with Your Credentials
Now that you have reached the sign-in page, you can log in to your Twitter account through your Apple or Google account.
Alternatively, you can type in your phone number, email id, or username of the deactivated account. Supposing that you typed in your username in the text box available, you will have to let the action be recorded by tapping on the option “Next”.
In the next tab, type in your password and tap on “Log in”.
Note: If you have forgotten your password, you can change it from this screen by tapping on the “Forgot password?” option.
Step 3: It will be reactivated
As soon as you tap on the option “Login” after adding your username and password, you will receive a floating notification asking if you want to reactivate your account.
They will suggest that you have a span of a month in which you can come back. There will be two options below the text; you have to tap on the option that says “Yes, reactivate”.
The webpage will take some time to load, but you will notice you are in your account’s feed section, which means that your account has been successfully reactivated.
2. Contacting Twitter Help
It is usually not possible to reactivate a Twitter account after the 30-day reactivation period is over, as Twitter takes this as your consent to delete the account and give away the username for someone else to use. This means that your account-related data will be deleted.
However, you can try contacting Twitter Help if you have crossed the 30-day period. Follow the steps mentioned below for the same.
🔴 Steps To Follow:
Step 1: Open the Twitter Help Centre and choose “Problems with account access”.
Step 2: In the next tab, click on the drop-down list and the option that says you want to reactivate your account. You will be asked how you would like to be helped.
Search on “I need help reactivating my account” and select ‘Help reactivating my account’.
Step 3: Scroll down, and you will see a sort of contact form wherein you have to type in your username and password. Then describe the problem you are facing and tap on “Submit” so that your issue is recorded. You will be reached out too soon.