Keep Or Delete

Tinder for getting rid of old tweets

Steve Messer
  • Steve Messer
    Steve MesserProduct Manager, @gdsteam

    Easy to use, can revert choices, remembers sessions.



    Have been using this for a week or so to clean up my feed, and I'm impressed. Initially I was worried that it wouldn't remember my session and which tweet I'd got to, but when I accidentally closed the app, it opened up right where I left off. Perfect!

    The Revert feature is a good addition too, allowing you to cycle back through tweets you might have kept but have had second thoughts about. Some messages can seem innocuous but if they're part of a troublesome thread, it's easy enough to delete the lot.

    Would love to be able to keep or delete my likes too.

    Steve Messer has used this product for one week.
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Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
Just download it. I think I need this. Every time I come across one of my tweets from 2011 or 2012 my instant reaction is 🙈🙈🙈
Tobias Block
Tobias BlockMaker@tobiasblock · UX & Mobile Developer from Duesseldorf
Hey everyone, Tobias here, developer of "Keep Or Delete". I’m super exited to be on Product Hunt with my new App! At first, it was just an stupid idea – I thought – but now that idea ended up being an iOS App called "Keep Or Delete". „Keep or delete“ follows the well known „Tinder“ principle – it’s the easiest way to get rid of old tweets. Just sign in with your Twitter account and start swiping. Swiping left indicates, that you want to delete the shown tweet. By swiping right, you indicate that you want to keep the tweet. It’s that easy.
Saif Al Falah
Saif Al Falah@saifalfalah · JavaScript Developer
@tobiasblock It's a good idea. But one can only swipe so much. I've 12K tweets. Swiping through each and every one of them will take eons. If only there was a way to automate this...
JP Gooderham
JP Gooderham@thedarkginger · Podcasts and Audio
@saifalfalah @tobiasblock would be cool if you could highlight ones that had little to no engagement (favorites, RTs, replies) that probably are the least useful to keep up
Gabriel Wildsmith
Gabriel Wildsmith@meld · A new media company
Any word on Android version?
Abhilash Jain
Abhilash Jain@findabhilash · Customer Success / Growth
Pretty cool!
David Carpe
David Carpe@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
any plans for a facebook version?
Tobias Block
Tobias BlockMaker@tobiasblock · UX & Mobile Developer from Duesseldorf
@passingnotes Unfortunately Facebook doesn't have an API to delete content/posts/media. 😔