How can I delete my Wattpad account?
- You can log in to your account on the web.
- Tap your username in the upper right-hand corner.
- Then select Settings.
- Scroll down and click Close Account at the bottom of the page.
- Fill out all of the required information and check Yes, I’m sure. Please close my account before entering you password.
If you want to delete your Wattpad account, there is no way to do it right now. If you contact customer support they will not be able to help you with this if you are under 13 years of age. The only way to stop using Wattpad is to uninstall the app, but even then we still collect some data about what content you interact with just for research purposes. You can find out more here: https://www.wattpadstudios.com/privacy-policy/
How can I opt out of sharing my data?
You have the ability at any time to turn off tracking in your device settings by unchecking the following option: “Share anonymous usage statistics” (this has been added to the Android version for the new users and is on by default). You can also disable this in your Wattpad app settings at any time.
When will you delete my data?
I am under 13 years old and want to delete my account. Will I still be able to read all of what I have written? Can I remove everything from my library? Will these stories disappear from my app?
There is no way to delete your account, but there are settings in your device that allow you to stop Wattpad from using any of the information we collect from you. By turning off tracking in your device settings you will be able to continue reading all of what you have written without being tracked by us or anyone else. If you turn off the other settings that assist with loading content more quickly and also help to identify inappropriate content, then it is possible for those stories to disappear from your app because they may not be readily available for download on our servers anymore. However, everything will still remain completely anonymous through trash cans and searches as long as tracking is turned off on your devices. You can learn more about how this works here: https://www.wattpadstudios.com/privacy-policy/.
How can I help you delete my Wattpad account?
Unfortunately, there is no way to delete your Wattpad account because we don’t have the author’s permission to do this on their behalf (even if they’re under 13 years old). To stop using an app, you need to uninstall it from your device or device settings. However, even then we still collect some information about what content you interact with just for research purposes. For general tips on how to manage and remove other kinds of accounts please see these resources.
How can I delete a bad story? Can you just remove it off of my profile or from the app completely?
For safety reasons, we review and monitor Wattpad for inappropriate adult content and other questionable material. You can help us by flagging any stories, chats or account content that you find inappropriate so that our moderators can investigate it as soon as possible. Please note that if someone rejects an invitation to chat with you through Wattpad’s messaging system then attempting to continue chatting with them outside of Wattpad may be considered stalking under applicable law. If you believe someone is.
How do I remove my email from Wattpad?
To change your email, find the icon on the upper right-hand side of the screen beside your username. Click “Settings” from the drop down menu. Change your current email by typing in your desired email and password, then hitting submit.
How do you delete a Wattpad account if you forgot your password?
The link below will take you to a page with instructions on how to reset your password.
Enter the email address associated with your account.
Click Send Instructions.
Is wattpad legal?
When it comes to copyright infringements on our app, we abide by the laws of the United States and apply this same policy across all other jurisdictions that we are present in.
Why did wattpad delete my account?
The only grounds for account deletion is a violation of the Code of Conduct or Terms of Service.