How do I clear cookies on Twitter app?

Answered by Jeremy Urbaniak

To clear cookies on the Twitter app, follow these steps:

1. Open the Twitter app on your device.

2. Tap on your profile icon in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. This will take you to your profile page.

3. On your profile page, tap on the profile icon again, which is located at the top left-hand corner. This will open a menu with various options.

4. Scroll down the menu and tap on “Settings and privacy.” This will take you to the settings page.

5. On the settings page, select “Data usage.” This option controls how Twitter uses your data and storage.

6. In the data usage settings, you will find options to manage your storage. Depending on your device, you may see options like “Media storage” or “Web storage.” Tap on the relevant option.

7. Once you tap on the storage option, you will see the amount of storage used by Twitter. To clear the storage, tap on the option to clear or delete the stored data.

8. Twitter will prompt you for confirmation before clearing the storage. Confirm the action, and the app will clear the cookies and other stored data.

Clearing cookies on the Twitter app can help improve performance and resolve any issues related to stored data. It’s a good practice to clear cookies periodically to ensure the app runs smoothly.

Please note that clearing cookies will log you out of any accounts you have logged into using the Twitter app. You will need to sign in again after clearing the cookies.

Personal experience: I have cleared cookies on the Twitter app multiple times to resolve issues like slow performance and excessive storage usage. It has helped improve the app’s speed and responsiveness.