[Guide] Delete Quora Account Immediately: 5 Steps With Images
If you have been searching for how to delete quora account then you’ve just arrived in the right place, I will show you a step by step process of how you can easily get rid of your Quora account, and deactivate your quora account.
What is Quora?
Now let’s say you have opened a Quora account and for some reason you just want to quit?
I will show you how to quit by taking you through a step by step process of deleting your quora account.
How To Delete Quora Account Permanently
Before I go ahead, I have to let you know that if you deleting your account will remove all information about you. Your questions and answers on quora will be deleted and you CAN NOT retrieve your account.
Here is how to remove your quora account.
Step 1: Open Quora.com on your web browser.
Step 3: Tap on the utility button (3 dots) then select settings.
Step 4: Select privacy.
And that’s it.
Everything thing or connection between you and quora slowly comes to an end when you hit that ”Delete button”.
However, Once the delete button is activated, you have a grace period of 14 days to reconsider getting your account back.
After the 14 days grace period, your quora account will be deleted permanently. You would have to create a new quora account if you want to get back in.
How Do You Deactivate Your Quora Account?
It is basically the same as the deletion process. But don’t get it twisted, deleting your account on quora and deactivating are two different things.
Deactivating your account on quora won’t permanently delete the quora account. The questions and answers you have will still be in their database. Even your account details will still remain on quora.
So what changes then?
Quora won’t send you emails or notifications.
The Good part about deactivating your quora account is that it can be reactivated by you at any time.
So. as earlier said, the steps are the same, follow the steps for deleting your Quora account and then after the privacy page, Do not tap on Delete, tap on deactivate instead
That’s a wrap on how to delete quora account. I hope this short guide was helpful to you. If you are having any challenges while trying to delete Quora account, comment below and I will respond before you blink 200 times.
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No, that’s not ‘it’. You have to enter a password to delete your Quora account. I can’t remember my password. There is no help on the website so I can’t delete an account I have grown to hate.
It only gives you the option to reset your password, but in order to that you have to remember your password.
No email contact on the website either.
It worked..! Thank you so much
I decided that Quora and it’s users asking dumb, loaded questions, were pissing me off to the extent where an account deletion was neccesarry. Screw deactivation, that assumes that at some point I’ll undo one of the best decisions I’ve made in recent months. When people are that stupid, and my tolerance of them has dropped to this low, then the whole thing’s gotta go. Might get some peace in my inbox now, and not a constant stream of loaded troll bait day after day.
Wow, I guess Quora really pissed you off.
Today I deleted my Quora account. I feel as if a huge weight has been lifted off my mind. Those frequent annoying pop ups were a huge distraction. Quora moderators are jerks who collapse your answers for the most frivolous reasons. And then they will reinstate them if you scream, “assholes, I will fuck your wife” at them. Absolutely no spine.
All users can see each and every answer and comment you ever edited. There can be embarrassing things you wrote in a distant past but Quora keeps them on the record forever.
I hated so many of regular Quora users. They have no grace, class or even temperament. Their comments to your answers can be borderline abusive. I dreaded answering a few controversial questions as I knew it would turn into a slanging match of the lowest order. Quora forces you to use your real name and surname which can be a huge problem if you find yourself a job where HR teams will search your entire Internet history.
Bye Bye Quora. You suck.