How To Get Rid of Flagged as Sensitive Content on Twitter
Have you lately seen an error notice on Twitter that reads, “This Tweet may contain sensitive content”?
If you did, you may be asking why you received the problem and how to resolve it.
Posting NSFW (Not Safe for Work) material on social media sites such as Instagram may result in a ban.
Twitter, unlike most other social media sites, enables users to publish NSFW material.
However, if you upload NSFW content, you must designate it as sensitive in your privacy and security settings.
As a result, if you see a tweet labeled as sensitive, it is likely that the person regularly posts NSFW material.
This tutorial will teach you why you received the error notice, how to switch sensitive material on and off on Twitter, and much more.
Why does Twitter warn that this Tweet may contain sensitive content?
Twitter claims that this Tweet may contain sensitive information since the user has designated the media that they tweet as potentially having sensitive material.
Anyone who tweets NSFW material must label the media as sensitive content.
Otherwise, they risk having their account suspended.
This safety option may be found in your Twitter account’s privacy and safety settings.
You may access it by going to Settings and privacy > Privacy and safety > Safety > Mark media you tweet as having potentially sensitive content.
If someone flags their media tweets as sensitive, they are likely to publish NSFW material on a regular basis.
As a result, the error message exists to prevent people from viewing anything they do not want to see.
In any case, you may alter that setting by turning it on/off in your privacy and safety settings.
How to Disable “This Tweet may contain sensitive information,” according to Twitter.
To disable “This Tweet may contain sensitive information,” log in to Twitter through a browser, go to Settings and privacy, choose “Privacy and safety,” select “Content you view,” and check the box for sensitive content.
It’s worth noting that you can only alter the sensitive material option on Twitter’s online version.
If you use the Twitter app, you won’t be able to view the “This Tweet may contain sensitive information” option since it isn’t available.
This includes using the Twitter app on both iPhone and Android.
In other words, you may access Twitter through a mobile browser or a desktop browser.
In any case, as long as you’re using the web version of Twitter, you’ll be able to disable the sensitive content error.
Here’s a step-by-step approach to turning off “This Tweet may contain sensitive material” on Twitter.
Step 1: Open a browser and log in to Twitter.
Log in to Twitter using a smartphone or desktop browser.
To begin, open a mobile browser or a desktop browser and go to Twitter.com.
You may access Twitter using any browser—Safari, Chrome, and so on.
Only the online version of Twitter, not the app, has sensitive content settings.
So, if you’re using the Twitter app, shut it and use a mobile browser to access Twitter.
If you see the “This Tweet may contain sensitive information” warning when using the app, you may choose “Change settings,” which will take you to Twitter’s online version.
Once on Twitter online, enter your phone number, email address, or username, and password.
Then click the log in button to access your Twitter account.
Step 2: Go to Settings and Privacy.
Settings and privacy may be accessed through the profile icon.
Select your profile symbol on the right of the top navigation bar once you’ve signed in to your Twitter account.
The account details menu will appear once you’ve chosen your profile symbol.
There will be a “Settings and privacy” option under your account information.
To access your Settings, choose “Settings and privacy.”
Congratulations, you’ve discovered the settings and privacy option!
The next step will need you to go to the “Privacy and safety” page, where you may adjust your privacy and safety settings.
Step3: Choose “Privacy and security.”
Privacy and security may be found under Settings > Privacy and security.
Following your selection of “Settings and privacy,” the Settings page will be shown.
Settings has a number of choices, including Your account, Security and account access, Privacy and safety, and so on.
The “Privacy and safety” option is what you’ll choose.
To access your privacy and security options, choose “Privacy and safety.”
Step4: Click on “Content you see.”
Your Twitter activity > The content that you see
When you arrive to the Privacy and security tab, you’ll see a plethora of choices and options.
There are three subsections: Your Twitter activity, Data sharing and off-Twitter behavior, and learn more about Twitter privacy.
Select the “Content you see” option under “Your Twitter activity.”
The “Content you view” option lets you choose what you see on Twitter depending on your choices such as subjects and hobbies.
It also provides the option to enable or disable sensitive material.
All you have to do now is disable Twitter’s sensitive material option.
Step#5: Check the box next to the sensitive material.
Check the box next to “Display material that may contain sensitive information.”
The box has been checked.
If you’re looking for sensitive material on Twitter.
The box is unchecked.
If you don’t want to see sensitive material on Twitter, don’t follow it.
The last step is to enable Twitter’s sensitive content option to permanently remove the “This Tweet may contain sensitive information” error notice.
You may do so by checking the box next to “Display media that may contain sensitive material.”
If you leave the option unchecked, you will not be able to view sensitive material on Twitter.
However, if the option is ticked, you will be able to view sensitive material.
If you wish to avoid receiving the “This Tweet may contain sensitive information” warning on Twitter, make sure the box is ticked.
Congratulations, you have successfully disabled sensitive material on Twitter!
In the “Content you view” settings on Twitter online, you may toggle the option on and off at any moment.
Why am I unable to see sensitive material on Twitter?
Twitter does not display sensitive information since the “Display media that may contain sensitive content” option is disabled.
Users that tweet NSFW material will have their tweets marked as sensitive.
You won’t be able to view sensitive material as long as the “Display media that may contain sensitive content” option is enabled.
How can I see sensitive information on Twitter’s app?
You must enable the “Display media that may contain sensitive information” option in the Twitter app to view sensitive content.
This is done via the “Content you see” option.
This option, however, is only available if you are using the online version of Twitter.
If you’re using the Twitter app on a mobile device, you won’t be able to find it.
Because some material on Twitter may be NSFW, users can designate the media they tweet as sensitive.
To view sensitive material, tick the box next to “Display media that may contain sensitive information” in the “Content you see” option.
This will also completely remove the “This Tweet may contain sensitive material” error.
However, if you do not wish to access sensitive material, uncheck the box instead.