Twitter is a social media platform where you can practically find anything, including informative Content, entertainment news, and, also, potentially sensitive Content.
In an effort to filter tweets containing adult content, nudity, or violence from kids and juveniles or to warn users who are not into such tweets, Twitter flags this kind of tweets as "Sensitive Content."
Still, there are many users who want to access to those sensitive contents to spice their life up and don't appreciate seeing the warning. If you are in the same scenario, this article is a must-read for you. In today's how-to guide, we will walk you through how to change sensitive Content on Twitter and see anything you want.
Table of Contents
What Is "Sensitive Content"
How to Change sensitive Content on Twitter on Mobile Device
How to Change sensitive Content on Twitter on Twitter Web or Desktop App
How to Show "Sensitive Content" in Searches
How to Remove the Sensitive Content Warning for Your Own Tweets
Twitter says that the "Sensitive Content" warning flag denotes "potentially sensitive content that other users may not wish to come across, such as violence or nudity." even though Twitter is literally a more anything-goes social network in comparison to Facebook and Instagram, it still inhibits "excessively gory" media, "media depicting sexual violence," and illegal Content.
By default, Twitter prohibits this sort of media via a warning such as, "This media may include sensitive material," "This profile may include potentially sensitive content," or "The following media includes potentially sensitive content."
It is advisable to flag your account if your posts consist of such contents to avert getting suspended by the platform. Yet note that your post will get substantially less exposure once it's flagged under this category since it will not appear in searches.
Step 1: Open Twitter and enter your "Login Credentials" to log in to your Twitter account.
Step 2: After you sign in to your Twitter account, tap your "Profile" at the top left of your screen to go to Settings and Privacy. Upon that, tap on "Settings and Privacy" to access your account settings.
Step 3: Choose "Privacy & Safety" on the settings page, where you'll see a bunch of settings and options. Select "Content you see" under "Your Twitter activity," which enables you to choose what you see on Twitter based on your preferences.
Step 4: Now, switch off the sensitivity by unselecting the option "Display material that may contain sensitive content."
Step 1: Open your browser and navigate to Twitter.com. Then, log in with your account.
Step 2: Click on More in the sidebar menu.
Step 3: Go to Settings and Privacy > Privacy and Safety.
Step 4: Now, select the Content you see and check the box for Display Media That May Contain Sensitive Content.
Tweets with sensitive Content are usually hidden from searches, yet you are allowed to enable them based on your needs.
To do so, follow the detailed instructions below.
Step 1: Open the Twitter website on your device and go to Settings and privacy > Privacy and safety > Content you see.
Step 2: Select Search Settings.
Step 3: Uncheck the box for Hide Sensitive Content.
Note: The setting is currently unavailable on iOS
Sometimes, Twitter flags tweets as sensitive even though it does not come with any media as such, and the account tweeting might even get blocked.
This part will guide you on how to switch off the sensitive content warning for your own tweets. Here's how to do that.
Step 1: Hit on the navigation menu icon in the top-left of the screen if you are on an Android. After that, choose Settings and privacy.
If you are an iOS user, log in to your Twitter account on a browser and find your profile icon to tap on Settings and privacy.
For Desktop, go to the navigation bar and click on the three-dotted option to select Settings and privacy.
Step 2: Select Privacy and Safety from the menu. For Android devices, scroll down and slide the bar to the left next to the Mark media you tweet as including contents may be sensitive.
For iPhone and Desktops, click on Your Tweets under the Privacy and safety bar and uncheck the box adjacent to Mark media you tweet as containing sensitive material.