You’ve probably tweeted something stupid at some point in your life. I certainly have, and while it’s great for the rest of us to leave those idiotic ideas out in the open, you might want to clean up your online presence, especially when you’re looking for a new job. Keep or Delete makes it easy to do so using a Tinder-style swipe system.
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Once you log into your Twitter account, you get a feed of your tweets. Swipe right to keep a tweet and left to delete it. Twitter only allows third-party apps to access the last 3,200 tweets, but you can import your Twitter archive if need to dive deep into the past. Of course, if you’re really worried about a potential employer, friend, parent, or whoever else seeing a bunch of dumb tweets, you’re best off just setting your account to private. If that’s not an option, Keep or Delete at least makes the process a little more fun.
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