Inactive accounts on Deviantart are those that have not been logged into within six months. After a period of inactivity, these accounts will receive an email warning from Deviantart. If the user does not log in within two weeks of receiving this warning, their account will be deleted.
Can you permanently delete a DeviantART account?
If you’re no longer interested in having a DeviantART account, you can delete it permanently. However, doing so will remove all of your content from the site, including any deviation submissions, journals, messages, and comments. Before you delete your account, you may want to consider archiving your content first.
How do I find my old DeviantART account?
If you have not logged in to your DeviantART account for six months, your account will be considered inactive and may be deleted. You can check to see if your account is still active by logging in and visiting your Profile page. If your account has been deleted, you will not be able to log in or access any of your content.
How do I reactivate my DeviantART account after 21 days?
If you haven’t logged in to your DeviantART account in 21 days, your account will become inactive. In order to reactivate your account, simply log back in. Your account will be reactivated and you’ll be able to access all of your content.
How do I delete my art on DeviantART?
If you’re interested in removing all of your art from DeviantART, we first recommend trying to delete it yourself. If you have a large number of works, deleting them one-by-one may take some time. To do this, go to My Profile and then click the “Edit Profile” button near the top of the page. Next to each piece of content there is a checkbox that says “Delete”.
If you check this box and then click “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page, your content will be permanently removed. You can also delete entire galleries at once by going to the gallery management page and selecting the galleries you wish to delete. Once again, don’t forget to click “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page when you’re finished.
If you’re having difficulty deleting your content or if you simply want us to remove it for you, please contact our support team and we’ll be happy to assist.
Why can’t I log into DeviantArt?
If you can’t log into your DeviantArt account, it may be because your account has become inactive. Accounts become inactive if the user hasn’t logged in for six months, or if the user hasn’t been active on the site for a year. Inactive accounts are automatically deleted after two years.
If your account has been deleted, you will not be able to log in or access any of your content. If you think your account may have been deleted mistakenly, you can contact DeviantArt support and they may be able to help you recover your account.
How do I recover my DeviantArt password?
If you’ve forgotten your DeviantArt password, don’t worry – you can easily recover it. Just go to the password recovery page and enter your username or email address. You’ll then be sent an email with instructions on how to reset your password.
If you’re having trouble recovering your password, feel free to contact DeviantArt support and we’ll be happy to help.
How do you check your email on DeviantArt?
In order to check your email on DeviantArt, you must first log in to your account. Once you are logged in, click on the “My Home” tab at the top of the page. From there, click on the “Settings” link located in the left sidebar. Under the “Account” section, click on the “Email” tab. From here, you will be able to see all of your email messages.
How do you access your stash on DeviantArt?
If you want to access your old account on DeviantArt, you’ll need to contact the support team and request that they reactivate it for you. However, if your account has been inactive for more than two years, it may be permanently deleted and you will not be able to recover it.
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