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Sunday, November 7, 2021

How to Unblock “Potentially Sensitive Content” on Twitter


Twitter app running on a smartphone

How to Skip the “Sensitive Content” Warning

To disable the warning, head to the Twitter website and click the “More” button on the left side of the screen that’s represented by three dots in a circle.

Click the "More" button on the Twitter website

Next, select the “Settings and Privacy” option from the pop-up menu.

Select the "Settings and Privacy" option

Choose “Privacy and Safety” from the list of options on the left and then select “Content You See.”

Click "Privacy and Safety" and then select "Content You See"

Near the top of the screen, check the box next to the “Display Media That May Contain Sensitive Content” to disable the warning for tweets.

Check the box next to "Display media that may contain sensitive content"

How to Show “Sensitive Content” in Searches

Tweets with sensitive content are normally hidden from searches, but you can enable them if you prefer.

Just like above, you can follow these steps in the Twitter app for Android, but the setting isn’t available for iPhone or iPad.

To do so, go to the Twitter website and click More > Settings and Privacy > Privacy and Safety > Content You See > Search Settings. Uncheck “Hide Sensitive Content” here.

Uncheck the "Hide Sensitive Content" box

How to Remove the Warning From Your Own Tweets

To stop Twitter from marking media you upload as sensitive, choose More > Settings and Privacy > Privacy and Safety > Your Tweets. Ensure “Mark Media You Tweet as Containing Material That May Be sensitive” is unchecked.

This option is available on the web and in the Android app but not in the Twitter app for iPhone and iPad.

Note: Twitter reserves the right to permanently enable this option for your account if you abuse this option and upload sensitive media without tagging it as such. If you can’t disable it, that’s why.

Uncheck the "Mark Media You Tweet as Having Material That May be Sensitive" box

If you don’t want to see sensitive content, don’t worry—that’s the default setting on Twitter. Just ensure the “Display Media That May Contain Sensitive Content” option is disabled and the “Hide Sensitive Content” option for searches is enabled.

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