Here's some context:
- the twitter account is owned by an organisation
- they post content infrequently
- some of the tweets are referencing an old event that is no longer relevant; people who go on the twitter account can see those tweets (and the event)
- there is other content further down the feed which is more relevant
Is it "good manners" to delete outdated tweets ?
Please assume that creating more new content is not practical for various reasons.
The intent here is to curate an accurate image of the organisation. Too many tweets about past event is not helping with that. I think it's better if visitors only see tweets that are aligned with the company's vision.