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If you are stuck with the number of accounts you are following, and you want to know how to unfollow everyone on Twitter, then don’t use 3rd party tools.
There are a lot of 3rd party websites that show you only statistics about Twitter accounts, but it doesn’t have a bulk unfollow tool.
Because it’s against Twitter Guidelines, they don’t want you to do bulk and automated actions on their platform.
Therefore, this type of action leads to getting your account banned permanently, which perhaps you don’t hope to happen.
In addition to that, most of these websites cost money, and you should subscribe for a free trial or pay a monthly fee to use them.
However, there is an easy free way to make it, which is by using the Inspector tool on any chromium-based browser you’re using.
There is also a Google Chrome extension called Twitter Unfollow All that you can try out to unfollow everyone on your list.
But the method of the Inspector tool is faster than the Chrome Extension.
So today, I will teach you how to unfollow everyone on Twitter in 6 easy steps.
How to Unfollow Everyone on Twitter
The fastest way to unfollow everyone on Twitter is by using the inspector through Google Chrome browser or Microsoft Edge.
However, there is an automation code that you have to add to the browser, then put into action.
When you put the automation code in action, you will see that Twitter started to unfollow everyone on your following list automatically.
You just have to make sure that you don’t unfollow more than 200 people each day.
It’s easier than you think.
But you have to follow the steps carefully in order to complete the process and not get banned.
Moreover, note that there is no problem having multiple accounts signed on your Twitter.
This will not affect the other accounts when you are using the desired one.
Now before we start, you can give the Twitter Unfollow All extension a try, to mass unfollow everyone on Twitter.
This extension works the same way as the code, but it’s a little slower than the code method.
1.Open your Twitter account on your PC
Firstly, open your Twitter account on your PC only.
Because you have to use the Inspector tool, which is only available on PC.
Now choose any of these browsers to use “Google Chrome”, “Opera or Opera GX”, “Microsoft Edge”.
These browsers are Chromium-based browsers that are easy to work with.
So when you open your Twitter account on your browser, make sure you are on your profile page.
Then go to the next step.
2.Go to the Following page
When you open your Twitter profile page, take a look at the number of the following you have before you start.
This will help you to know how many people you’ve unfollowed after stopping the automation code.
After taking a note of the number of following, open the following page by clicking on “Following”.
Then on the new page, you will see the accounts that you are following.
Now, in order to delete everyone in your following list on Twitter, you have to scroll down until you see all the accounts that you want to unfollow.
As it’s recommended to not unfollow more than 200 accounts per day, scroll down until you see 200 accounts.
3.Inspect the page on your Browser
Now that you’ve scrolled down, and you can see all the Twitter account to unfollow, you can start the inspect tool.
So when you want to start the Inspect tool, click on Ctrl+Shift+J for Windows Users, and Cmd+Shift+J for macOS users.
Then a popup will slide on your browser page from the right, including a bunch of codes.
Ignore them for now and look at the top of the popup to make sure that you are in the “Console” page.
Then continue to the next step to copy the script code.
4.Copy the script code
Then you will be navigated to a page, where you will see the script automation code.
So to copy the code by selecting it, which is done faster when you click on the page “Ctrl+A” to select all the code at once.
Then to copy the script, click on “Ctrl+C”.
Make sure that you’ve selected the whole script code before you proceed.
5.Paste the script code on the Inspect tool
After copying the code, go to the Twitter following page to paste the code and unfollow everyone.
On the Inspector tool, take a look at the bottom of the “Console” page that you left a while ago.
Then you will see a “Right Blue Arrow” icon with an empty white space down below.
To paste the code there, click near that arrow, then hit the “Ctrl+V” buttons to paste the script.
Therefore, you will see the script code, and you will be ready to automate the unfollowing process.
6.Unfollow accounts and refresh the page
Lastly, after pasting the script code, you will be ready to go.
So to start the process, hit the “Enter” button, then watch the Twitter following page without touching anything.
You will see small and fast disappearing popups with changes that are happening in front of you.
But here you have to be very careful to not stop the code after 30 seconds.
Because if you keep the automated unfollow process active, this will cause your Twitter to lock your account.
Therefore, locking your account multiple times will lead to banning you permanently from Twitter.
As it’s against the Twitter Follow Limite.
Now to stop the code, just refresh the page by tapping the “F5” button on your keyboard, then the code will stop working.
After that, you can go to your following page and check your Twitter following count.
This will help you to understand how many accounts you follow have been unfollowed.
Note that it’s important to stop when you see that the number of unfollowing accounts reached 200.
However, you can start the process every 24 hours to complete the process and unfollow everyone on your list.
Unfollowing all your following lists on Twitter is an easy task, but you should be careful to not get banned.
However, using the Inspect tool is the best and fastest way to unfollow everyone on your Twitter account.
So keep in mind to stop when you reach the 200 unfollow, and wait until the next day to continue.
This will save you a lot of boring hours in front of your PC.
In addition to that method, you can use the Twitter Unfollow All extension, which has the same functionality.
Today, you’ve learned how to unfollow everyone on your Twitter account.