If you have deactivated your Twitter account and realized your mistake soon after. And now you want your account back for some reason then there is still a chance to get it back. If you deactivate the account not more than 30 days ago then you can get it back easily. Twitter lets you restore the Twitter account that has been deactivated within 30 days.
This feature lets you get your account back with all the posts and everything you did on your account before deactivation. You only need to make sure you have your login credentials with you or it may be difficult to get your account back. You can follow the steps below to reactivate your Twitter account.
Steps to Restore Twitter Account
1] Go to twiiter.com/login on a browser or just open the Twitter app on your Android or iOS device.
2] Enter your login credentials and try to login to the app.
3] Before getting logged in, you will see a message to confirm if you want to restore the account.
4] Just confirm the message and you will get your account back restored with all the posts and other stuff.
You might not see all the stuff right away on your account when you restore your account. Don’t worry, everything will get restored automatically but it will take some time according to the amount of the data you own on that account.
This is how you can restore your deactivated Twitter account if it hasn’t been more than 30 days. For more tips and tricks, follow GadgetsToUse on social media apps to stay updated with new ones.