I won’t get political, but I deleted my Twitter account. It’s future is not clear right now, but it never hurts to download the data in your account. Here are the steps:
Log into your account in a browser. On the left side, click on the More icon.
Click on Settings and Support, then Settings and Privacy.
Choose your account, then Download an archive of your data.
You will need to enter your password, then the code you receive from your two-step verification process. Depending on how you set your account up, it may come to your email or a phone number.
Click on the blue button that says Request archive.
Your request may actually take a day or longer. You will receive a notice in the app when the file is ready.
IF you want to delete your account, go to Settings and Privacy > Your Account > Deactivate your account
Tip of the month
Passwords Saved in Google Chrome
It is a personal choice as to whether or not you save passwords while using an internet browser on your computer. I will outline the steps to look at those passwords as well as how to delete them while using Google Chrome. There are multiple reasons why you may actually want to see the password and it is a simple but secure way of doing this. Start with the 3 vertical dots in the upper right corner of the browser. They should be directly under the X used to close the window. From there, click on Settings, which will be towards the bottom of the list. Then click Autofill on the left side and finally Password Manager. You will see a list of websites, then the user name for the site, and the password in a series of dots. To the right of the dots you will see the image of an eye. If you click on the eye, it will ask you for the pin you use to open your computer. Once you have entered that pin, you can look at any of the passwords in your list. To the right of that, you can remove the password as well as copy the password or change it IF you have changed it with the site first.