How to Turn Off Sensitive Content on Twitter?

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All “X” (Formerly Twitter) accounts have media settings to help Twitter understand the type of media you are posting and to help Twitter assist others to find the type of content that they’re interested in. By appropriately marking your media settings, Twitter can identify potentially sensitive content that other users may not wish to see, such as violence or nudity. If you intend to regularly post such content, Twitter ask that you please adjust your media settings. 

When you have this setting enabled, people who visit your profile may see a message letting them know your account may include potentially sensitive content and asking them to confirm they still want to view it. People who have opted in to see possibly sensitive content will still see your account without the message. 

The option to add one-time sensitive content warnings to photos and videos you Tweet is now available for everyone across Android, iOS, and web. 

To add a content warning, tap or click on the flag icon when editing the photo or video after you've attached it to your Tweet. 


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If one of your Tweets containing media is reported as sensitive, it will be sent to Twitter for review. If Twitter find that the media wasn’t marked as being potentially sensitive at the time of the upload. Twitter may label the media as being potentially sensitive, or in the case of live video, remove the content entirely. 
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