Emails tend to be among the primary means of professional, business, and sometimes personal communication as well. While we usually receive numerous emails from platforms such as Twitter daily, spam subscriptions clutter the feed and make it difficult to locate the important ones. Well, why let your inbox host a crowd when you can unsubscribe and stop getting emails from Twitter? In this blog, we’ll show you how to do that. Let’s begin.
How to Turn Off Getting Emails from Twitter
Other than security-related emails to notify of login attempts & password changes, Twitter sends routine emails to its users to update them about their account activity. Such emails are to inform you about your new followers, likes, retweets, mentions, and even tweets from people you follow.
While it can help you catch up on what you’ve missed when you are not active on the platform, the constant barrage of emails can get tiresome after a point. Fortunately, to avoid this you can always unsubscribe yourself from their mailing list. Let’s see how to do that.
Option 1: Disable Emails from Twitter on PC
You can also put an end to receiving emails from Twitter using the desktop web version. Here’s what you need to do:
1. Open Twitter on any web browser.
2. On the left sidebar, click on More, expand the Settings and Support drop-down menu, and click on Settings and privacy.
3. Select Notifications from the menu, and then click on Preferences in the right pane.
4. Click on Email notifications.
5. Toggle off Email notifications.
You can even change your preferences here and select the categories for which you want to continue receiving emails and how often you want them.
Option 2: Disable Emails from Twitter on Android Device
Follow the steps below on the Twitter app for Android:
1. Open X (Twitter), slide, and pull the bar from the left-hand side.
2. Tap on Settings & Support, and select Settings and privacy.
3. Tap on Notifications.
4. Tap on Preferences, followed by Email notifications.
5. Slide the toggle next to Email notifications to turn it off.
Other Ways to Unsubscribe to Twitter Emails
If you cannot access the Twitter app for some reason, there are other ways as well.
Method 1: Directly from Email
You can directly stop Twitter emails from an already received email itself, as all of them come with an attached link to unsubscribe yourself from the mailing list. Follow the steps below:
1. Navigate to your email account, for example, Gmail, and open any email received from Twitter in the past.
2. Click on the Unsubscribe link at the end of the email.
You’ll be redirected to the Email notifications page on Twitter.
3. Toggle off Email notifications.
Method 2: Block Twitter Email ID
Just like you block emails of a user on your email account, you can also do the same for Twitter emails, in case you do not wish to unsubscribe from their email service but want a temporary break. Follow the steps below:
1. Navigate to your email account and open any email from Twitter (X).
2. Click on the three-dots icon at the top-right corner of the mailbox and select Block “Twitter” from the context menu.
3. Select Block in the pop-up to confirm.
Method 3: Use Third-Party Email Cleaner Apps
You can also use a third-party email cleaner app such as Unrollme; Mailstorm; Clean.email; or Cleanfox that can help you efficiently organize all your emails, delete irrelevant ones, and give you a list of all subscriptions that you have undertaken with the option of unsubscribing with the click of a button.
We hope our guide helped you stop getting emails from Twitter. If you have any queries or suggestions for us, do let us know in the comments section. Stay tuned to TechCult for more such tech-related blogs.