It’s easy to overlook the “Save Search” feature in Twitter, but it’s pretty useful. It allows you to save things you search for on Twitter so that whenever you click the Search bar in the corner, you’ll see a list of your favorite Twitter topics that you can click through.
You can save a Twitter search by entering the term, then clicking the three-dotted menu icon at the top-right corner of Twitter followed by “Save this search.” Simple.
But what if you want to delete your saved Twitter searches? Tastes change, after all, and maybe you’ve concluded after extensive research that you don’t want to follow what people have to say about the “flat earth society” or “gaming memes.”
Luckily for you, it’s fairly simple. All you have to do is log into your Twitter account, and click the search bar at the top-right corner.
Here you’ll see a list of your recent searches as well as your saved searches. You can delete each individual search entry by using the little “x” icon to the right of it.
You can click “Clear” to delete all your recent searches, but you’ll need to use the “x” icons to get rid of your saved searches.
Alternatively, you can click through on your saved search entry, then click the three-dotted menu icon at the top-right corner. Click “Remove this saved search” to delete that term from your saved searches.
And that’s all there is to it. Your Twitter search history of shame is no more and ready to be replaced with a bunch of stuff that we’re sure reflects the better version of you that now exists. What are your weirdest saved searches on Twitter? Let us know in the comments!