Twitter sometimes send an undue amount of emails. If you want to put a stop to it, this is the way to go about it:
Twitter’s email notifications seem to somehow turn back on even after they have been disabled. Although one may not be able to prove that they have turned them off, they could have unsubscribed from “Tips on Getting More Out of Twitter” after they sign up on the platform. But this is not a reliable solution because even after turning that feature off, the notifications become enabled.
It appears that as new email notifications are sent from Twitter, users are automatically subscribed to them. This is the case with the special verified newsletter.
In order to disable notifications,
- Sign in to Twitter.
- Click on Settings & Privacy.
- Next, click on Email Notifications.
- Click on the “Turn off” button to disable notifications.
After you have done this, Twitter will stop sending you emails unless they have important service information or security notification to deliver.
In the event that you only want to stop a certain kind of email and not all of them, you can unselect the boxes for the emails you’d like to keep and afterwards you click on the “Save Changes” button.
Once you have done this, the only emails you will receive are those you left enabled unless Twitter introduces a new kind of notification. If they have, you can check back and disable the new notifications if you don’t want them.