Twitter removing accounts inactive for more than 6 months

Twitter now is making a big difference to its platform that will guide to the removal of thousands of inactive accounts on their server. The social networking company twitter announced that it is going to remove accounts that have not logged in for more than six months. The move could lead to freeing up thousands of usernames as well. Is it right to do please comment?

Twitter said it will start sending emails to these dormant account holders with a prompt asking to sign in before December 11 to keep the account active. These accounts, nevertheless, will not be deleted overnight but will take several months. The company has not revealed when it will make the saved usernames available to active users.

“As part of our commitment to serving the public conversation, we’re working to clean up inactive accounts to present more accurate, credible information people can trust across Twitter. Part of this effort is encouraging people to actively log-in and use Twitter when they register an account, as stated in our inactive accounts policy,” a spokesperson told The Verge.

Twitter remains the only social networking company that has taken action against dormant users like this. But countless other company also did it but in a different way. Back in 2013, Yahoo freed up thousands of Yahoo IDs that were inactive for at most limited 12 months.

Google also has a provision for inactive Gmail accounts. Okay, that’s all for today and your love is supporting us to get ranked faster than in the previous days. so, thank you all. Also like our facebook, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our youtube channel. Moreover, we are doing some maintenance on our facebook page so we are really sorry for that  At last have a good day. #peace comment down if you have any problems.

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