Twitter has a sensitive content setting for a long time now, which you can use for your profile account. If you’re planning to share such kind of content, then it is recommended that you enable the setting in order to prevent Twitter from terminating your account permanently. This is a way for Twitter to allow all the adult-content themed profiles without the need to block the people who are trying to use the site for such purposes. Now, this is why, Twitter is one of the very few social networks that can be freely used by adult movie actors, adult product promotion companies, and people who are simply the cravers for these types of content.
This is a great way for propagating their social network by providing the users what others are not providing but this also comes with a bit of a glitch of a little complex setting. But once you get the gist of them, it will become much easier for you to arrange your profile in a more suitable way. Now the sensitive content warning that you may be getting can be from both ends, that is if you’re the uploader and you want to post some kind of adult content, then you have to flag your account. Meanwhile, if you want to avoid such content then you can use the option to filter it.
Now, let’s look into the different kinds of sensitive settings and use your account according to your taste.
How to do it?
If you want to post adult content, you have to make sure that you flag your account. So now in order to do this, go to your Twitter account and then navigate to the settings. Now you will be seeing a bunch of sub-categories. Now go to the Privacy and Safety Settings. Just go right to the bottom, you will see a section named ‘tweet media’ where you will notice the two checkboxes. Now the second one of them is the ‘Mark media you Tweet as containing material that may be sensitive’ option. Select the checkbox and enable it. Now you’re to post your wishing content.
Let’s say if you want to avoid suck kind of posts completely, then what you have to do is just follow the above-given steps, but once you are in Privacy and Safety settings you have to scroll right down to the Safety settings. Now under the panel ‘Search’, you will notice a checkbox ‘Hide sensitive content’, now just enable it. You won’t be able to see anything now even if you searched for some related keyword.
Now let’s say you don’t want to post anything and just want to see such kind of stuff, so now go to the same place as before but under the ‘tweet media’ panel, select the checkbox ‘Display media that may contain sensitive content: and enable it. Now you will have access to such posts without any hindrance
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