How to Pin/Unpin Tweets in Twitter on iPhone and iPad

Twitter allows you to pin a tweet to show on your profile. Jump over to pin/unpin tweets in Twitter for iPhone and iPad.

In a day, I tweet several times to either express my opinion on any subject or connect with my friends and followers. There are certain tweets, which I want to be displayed at the top so that I can instantly access them and be able to respond to questions. Thankfully, it’s possible to pin/unpin tweets on Twitter for iPhone and iPad; pretty much like the way you do it on WhatsApp.

Twitter allows you to keep only one tweet on your profile. At any time you wish to unpin the tweet, you can do so without breaking any sweat. Read on…

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How to Pin Tweets on Your Twitter Profile on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Twitter on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, you can either create a new tweet which you want to pin on your profile, or you can use an existing one.

I’m going to create a new one. Simply tap on the compose button at the top right corner. Then, write and post the tweet as usual.

Compose a New Tweet on iPhone

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Step #3. Once you have posted the tweet, tap on the tiny downward arrow at the top right corner of the tweet.

Tap on Tiny Arrow Icon in Twitter on iPhone

Step #4. Next up, you need to select Pin to your profile in the menu → A popup will appear on the screen asking for your confirmation; tap on Pin to confirm.

Pin Tweet in Twitter on iPhone and iPad

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That’s it!

Now, this tweet will be displayed on your profile.

How to Unpin a Tweet on Twitter on iPhone and iPad

If you ever want to unpin the tweet, you can do so with ease.

Step #1. Open Twitter and head over to the tweet displayed on your profile.

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Step #2. Tap on the tiny downward arrow at the top right corner of the tweet.

Tap on Arrow in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

Step #3. Now, select Unpin from profile → Finally, tap on Unpin in the popup to confirm.

Unpin Tweet in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

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That’s pretty much it!

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Jignesh Padhiyar
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.


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