Are you looking for a way to revoke third-party app permissions from your Twitter account? Just follow the tutorial how to revoke the following Twitter acc!
Already know what a third-party application is?
In the context of Twitter, third-party applications are applications that can be linked to a Twitter account, but are not created by Twitter itself, but by external developers.
There are lots of third-party applications created for various purposes related to managing Twitter.
For example: Unfollow Today which is used to mass unfollow on Twitter, Twiends which is used to increase followers, and the like.
Well, when you use these applications, you will be asked to log in using your Twitter account. And when you log in, you will be asked for access permission for the application.
When you give the application permission, the application will automatically connect to your Twitter account, so there is a possibility that the application can access your Twitter data.
Therefore, if you no longer need to use these third-party applications, it’s a good idea to revoke access permissions from your Twitter, or commonly known as revoke access.
So, how? Easy. Just follow the tutorial how to revoke access to third-party applications from Twitter below!
1. Revoke Access to the Twitter Application on HP
If you usually play Twitter using your cellphone, then the way to revoke Twitter acc is even easier.
Previously, you need to set up the Twitter application first. If you don’t have it, you can install it first on the PlayStore or AppStore.
If so, follow these steps:
- Step #1: Open the Twitter app then login to your Twitter account.
- Step #2: Tap the navigation menu in the top-left corner.
- Step #3: Select Settings and privacy.
- Step #4: Choose.
- Step #5: Scroll down and select Apps and sessions.
At this point, I’m not allowed to take screenshots anymore.
- Step #6: Then, select Connected Apps.
There, there will be a list of third-party applications that are still connected to your Twitter account.
- Step #7: To revoke, tap on one of the apps you want to revoke permissions for.
- Step #8: Once open, tap Revoke app permissions at the bottom, it says red.
Already, the application has been disconnected from your Twitter account.
Try checking the list of third-party applications earlier, then the application that you revoked the permission earlier will disappear from the list.
If you want to revoke permissions for other applications, you just have to repeat the steps above.
2. Revoke Access Twitter Application on Laptop/PC
If you usually use a laptop or PC to play Twitter, then the method is also easy.
It’s even easier, because you don’t need to install the Twitter app. You just need a browser and internet connection.
When you’re ready, follow these steps:
- Step #1: Open Twitter.com in a browser, then login to your account.
- Step #2: Click More, then select Settings and privacy.
- Step #3: Click Security and account access, then click Apps and sessions.
- Step #4: Select the connected App.
After that, a list of third-party applications that are connected to your Twitter account will appear.
- Step #5: Select one of the apps you want to revoke permissions.
- Step #6: To revoke, click Revoke app permissions (red text).
Already. The application has been removed from your Twitter account.
You can check the list of third-party applications that are still connected. So, the application has disappeared from the list because its permission has been revoked.
To revoke access to other applications, you can repeat the steps above.
That’s the tutorial this time. It’s easy?
If you have successfully revoked the application permission from your Twitter, then don’t forget to share it with your friends, OK!
If you’re still confused or have a problem, don’t be shy about asking in the comments!