Twitter is a popular social media platform that allows users to share information, thoughts, opinions, and content with others. Tweets are short messages of up to 280 characters that are posted publicly on a user's profile page for all followers and other visitors to view. Twitter has become known for its ability to foster interaction and connection, and for its ability to quickly alert the world to events such as natural disasters and terrorist attacks.
When a Twitter user likes a tweet, the original poster is notified that their message has been liked. However, sometimes a tweet may be unliked by another user for reasons related to privacy, spamming, copyright infringement, or other violations of Twitter rules and regulations. This can be very disheartening for the original tweeter and may lead to lost engagement levels or even a loss of followers.
Fortunately, it is possible to undo a Twitter like without leaving a comment that indicates that the tweet was disliked. To do so, navigate to your profile page and select 'Likes'. You can then select the desired tweet and click 'Unlike' to undo the like.
Twitter also offers a way to delete all of your likes at once. To do this, open the Twitter app and navigate to your profile page. Tap the heart to like a tweet, then choose 'Unlike' to remove the like from your account. You can also use third-party apps and software to bulk-delete your Twitter likes.