1. Stop Twitter Email on PC or Mac Computer
  • Launch your browser and type twitter.com in your browser’s address bar. Then hit on the “Enter” key on the keyboard. If you’re not logged in, enter your username and password to access your account homepage.
  • When logged in, navigate to the upper right side of the screen and click on the “More” option located on the bottom of the menu on the left screen. Doing so will prompt a menu to appear.
  • From the displayed menu, scroll down and click on the “Settings and Privacy” located in the second section, just above the “Help Center.” By doing so, the “Settings” menu will display.
  • With that done, click on the “Notification” option. It’s the third option below your username. By doing so, a new notification panel opens in the right pane.
  • Go to the “Preferences” section and click on the “Email notifications” option. It’s the last in the “Preferences” section. This will allow you to make edits to your email settings in a new window.
  • Check below the “Email notification” located on the upper part of the screen and toggle the blue-button fount on the top-right to the left.  Doing so will make the button grey out. After that, all future email notifications will get deactivated, and so you won’t receive any information in the future. If this you’d wish to receive some specific email notifications, you can leave the notification button in the “On” position and uncheck the notifications you’d want to deactivate instead. Sounds easy? Well, you can try it out.
  1. Stop Twitter Emails on iPhone and iPad
  • Launch your browser by tapping on its icon. You can use a browser of your choice.
  • After that, navigate to https://www.twitter.com and log into your Twitter account using your username and password.
  • When your account opens, change your view to the desktop version. The steps for turning your page view to desktop version differs depending on the browser that you choose to use.
  • If you’re using Safari for iPhone (iOS 12 & 13), launch the Safari app on your iPhone. After that, tap and hold the refresh button for a while. You can find the button on the right side of the URL bar. This prompts a pop-up to appear at the bottom of your screen. Finally, tap on the “Request desktop site.”  For updated iOS 13 and later versions, launch your Safari app and tap on the “AA” found on the left corner of the URL bar. Doing so prompts a menu to open. From the menu, tap on the “Request Desktop Website.” And that’s it. 
  • For Google Chrome users, tap on the three stacked dots on the upper right corner of the screen. With that done, scroll down the menu and locate the option for “Desktop Site.” Tap in the square box next to the “Desktop site” option to get it checked.
  • After that, navigate to the top-left corner of the page and tap on your profile image.  You can zoom the page if your mobile screen is a bit small.
  • Find the option for “Settings and Privacy” located on the lower part of the menu.
  • With that done, tap on the “Notification” option.
  • Scroll downwards to the bottom of the menu and tap on the “Email notifications” option.
  • Slide the button on the top-left corner. This stops all Twitter email notifications. If you’d wish to disable some notification and receive specific notifications, you can leave the switch on and then make your selections. And that’s much about it.

If you don’t want to stop all the email notifications, you can leave the email notification on, but check in the boxed for the type of email notifications that you’d wish to continue receiving.

  1. Stop Twitter Email on Android Phone or Tablet Using Twitter app
  • Launch your Twitter app by tapping on the blue icon with a bird on it. This will take you straight to your account homepage.
  • Head to the upper left of the screen and tap on your profile picture to open the settings.
  • After that, tap on the “Settings and privacy” option.
  • With that done, proceed and tap on the “Notifications”.
  • Under the Preferences, tap on the “Email notifications”.
  • While in the email notification screen, navigate to the upper left, and flip the white button for email notifications to off. This will disable all the email notifications from Twitter.
  • If you do not wish to stop all email notifications, turn email notifications on and then check the boxes for the particular types of emails that you’d want to receive.

This procedure also applies to the Twitter app for iPhone and iPad.

  1. Stop Twitter Email On Gmail
  • Log in to your Gmail account.
  • Check for any email sent from Twitter.com
  • Open the Twitter email.
  • After that, scroll down the email to the bottom and locate the “Unsubscribe” link.
  • Click or tap on the link to get to the “Unsubscribe” page. On the page reason for unsubscribing from the email notifications and then unsubscribe. If you don’t want to receive an email from Twitter, then the other procedures are handy.

This procedure will not stop all Twitter email notifications except for the Top, select the Tweets and Stories. With that in mind, you can use the method that will best suit your situation.

NOTE: All the above-discussed methods can help you to stop Twitter emails. However, you will still receive other emails related to security issues, important announcements, and others. So, you should not panic when finding other emails from Twitter in your mailbox.

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