How to Turn Off Potentially Sensitive Content Warning On Twitter
The tweet marks specific tweets with a “Potentially Sensitive Material” warning. However, users who wish to have a full view of their feed can disable the alarm. Most sensitive content labels are reserved for tweets that contain violent images or videos. However, users who wish to have a full view of their feed can choose to disable the warning.
Twitter is the most popular social media platform in the world. It has more than 200 million users per day and generated $5.1 billion in revenues as of December 2021. Although the company is more open to graphic Content than Instagram and Facebook, there are still some restrictions that users must adhere to.
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You can disable the sensitive content warning via Twitter’s privacy settings for Android and the web. However, it is impossible to disable the Twitter app on iPhone or iPad. However, iPhone users will still be able to see sensitive Content by changing the setting of the Twitter website. Log in to Twitter, then click the More link on the left sidebar. This will disable the “Potentially Sensitive Material” warning. Next, click on the Privacy option in the pop-up menu. Next, click on Privacy & safety. Then go to the content you see. To disable sensitive content warnings on Twitter, check the box next to Display media that could contain sensitive Content.
Android: Disable Sensitive Content Warning
You can disable the content warning on the Twitter App for Android. The process is identical to that on the website. To disable the sign in the Android app, tap the profile picture at the top-left and then choose Settings or Privacy from the slide-out menu. Next, tap on Safety and Privacy. Then go to the Content that you see. Switch on the toggle following Display media that could contain sensitive Content. This will disable acute content warnings on tweets.
Searches are automatically blocked from any Tweets containing sensitive Content. However, users have the option to remove them. This process applies to both the Android app and the website but not the iPhone or iPad. Go to the website and click on more. Next, choose Privacy and security. Finally, tap the Content that you see. Select Search Settings and uncheck the box next to Hide sensitive material. This will ensure that all Content will be included in future search results on Twitter.