With a “potentially sensitive content” notice, Twitter bans some tweets. Even on an iPhone or iPad, where the choice isn’t generally available, you can turn off the alert. On your own tweets, you may also turn off the sensitive material warnings.
What Is “Sensitive Content?”
Twitter says this admonition mark is for “possibly delicate substance . . . like viciousness or nakedness.”
To be obtuse, Twitter is a more anything-goes informal organization contrasted with Facebook. While Twitter’s delicate media strategy boycotts “unnecessarily shocking” media, “media portraying sexual brutality,” and illicit substance, nearly whatever else goes.
Of course, Twitter limits this media with a notice like, “This media might contain delicate material,” “This profile might incorporate possibly touchy substance,” or “The accompanying media incorporates conceivably delicate substance.”
On the off chance that you don’t have a Twitter account, you’ll need to make one and sign in to change this setting.
How to Skip the “Sensitive Content” Warning
In Twitter’s protection settings, you can wind down the Sensitive Content warning. These alternatives are accessible in a similar area on the Android application, but not on the iPhone and iPad application. On the off chance that you modify the alternative on the web, the Twitter iPhone and iPad applications will show you touchy substance with no alerts.
Go to Twitter’s site and snap menu > Settings and Privacy > Privacy and Safety starting from the drop menu to debilitate the alarm.
Empower the “Show Media That May Contain Sensitive Content” choice under Safety to sidestep the notice for tweets.
How to Show “Sensitive Content” in Searches
Sensitive tweets are generally hidden from searches, but you can activate them if you like.
To do so, go to Twitter.com and select menu > Settings and Privacy > Content Preferences > Search Settings from the drop-down menu. Uncheck the box next to “Hide Sensitive Content.”
How to Remove the Warning from Your Own Tweets
To prevent Twitter from labelling your media as sensitive, go to menu > Settings & Privacy > Privacy and Safety. Uncheck the option next to “Mark Media You Tweet as Possibly Containing Sensitive Material.”
On the site and in the Android app, this option is available, but not in the Twitter app for iPhone and iPad.
Note that if you abuse this option and upload sensitive media without identifying it as such, Twitter retains the right to disable this option for your account permanently. That’s why you can’t turn it off.
Don’t worry if you don’t want to see sensitive content—default that’s Twitter’s option. Simply select the “Hide Sensitive Content” option for searches and disable the “Display Media That May Contain Sensitive Content” option.