Twitter, like Facebook, Instagram, and most other social media platforms, can fill your inbox with emails, aiming to get you excited about what’s going on and bring you back to your Twitter feed.
If you want to stop these emails and find your own way through the Twitterverse, you can disable Twitter emails with a few easy clicks or taps.
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How to Stop Twitter Emails on Your Computer
1. Log in to Twitter and go to your homepage. Click on your profile picture.
2. Click More at the bottom of the left menu. Do not click on Notifications in this first menu – it will take you to Twitter notifications but will not allow you to disable email notifications.
3. Choose Settings and Privacy from the menu that appears.
4. Click Notifications. A Notifications menu appears on the right.
5. Under Preferences, click Email Notifications. The screen that appears gives you a detailed menu of options.
6. To turn off all email notifications, swipe the top blue dot to the left. All options below will be grayed out and you will not receive any Twitter emails.
seven. If you want to take a more nuanced approach, leave email notifications turned on and check the boxes below to be more selective about which emails you receive and how often they arrive.
8. Note that if you have multiple Twitter accounts, you will need to repeat this for each profile to get rid of all Twitter emails.
You can also adjust your SMS notifications under Notifications > Preferences.
Another way to stop Twitter emails is to click the unsubscribe button at the bottom of an email from Twitter. But this will only unsubscribe you from Top Tweets and Stories emails, not all Twitter notifications.
How to Stop Twitter Emails on Your Mobile Device
1. Open the Twitter app on your iPhone or Android phone.
2. Tap your profile picture, which appears in the top 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 left to turn off all Twitter emails, or choose which email notifications you want to keep from the menu below.
On your iPhone or Android, you can also turn off SMS and Push notifications in the Notifications settings.