How to disable/turn off getting twitter email notifications
Posted on January 24, 2021
When you register on Twitter, email notifications are enabled by default. That means you will regularly be receiving emails about things happening on the network. These include activities related to you and your tweets, your retweets, network activities, and updates from Twitter.
It be becomes annoying when you get incredibly large amount of notifications that clutter your Inbox and make it difficult to find important emails.
While you may be interested in some of those notifications, you definitely don’t need the most of them.
Fortunately, twitter has an option for you to disable/turn off notifications. You can turn off all email notifications or only some that you are not interested in.
How to disable twitter email notifications
First login to your twitter account and then follow the steps below:
1. Click on the “More” link on the left column.
2. Click on the “Settings and Privacy” option from the menu that appears.
3. Click on the “Notifications” option under the settings column.
4. Click on the “Preferences” option under the Notifications column.
5. Click on the “Email Notifications” option under the Preferences column.
6. Click on the toggle button option under the Email Notifications column to disable all of them.
In case you just want to turn some of them off, scroll down instead and uncheck all the notifications that you would like to stop receiving.
Turning off notifications via email
Another way to stop receiving twitter notification is to unsubscribe via your email account.
To do so, login to your email account and open one of the emails from twitter.
At the top you will see an option to unsubscribe from twitter emails.
There is also an option to unsubscribe at the bottom of the email.
After you disable twitter emails through any of the above metnods, twitter will stop sending you more emails.
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