Unlike most social media platforms, Twitter allows users to post NSFW content. However, if you’re posting NSFW media, you need to mark them as sensitive in your privacy and safety settings. Hence, if you see a tweet that is marked as sensitive, the user is frequently posting NSFW content.
Why are my tweets showing up as sensitive?
If one of your Tweets containing media is reported as sensitive, it will be sent to Twitter for review. If we find that the media wasn’t marked as being potentially sensitive at the time of the upload: We may label the media as being potentially sensitive, or in the case of live video, remove the content entirely.
How do I get rid of Tweet sensitivity on Twitter?
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.
Why is my Twitter blocking sensitive content?
A. Twitter’s media policy generally does not allow images or videos depicting graphic violence, pornography or hate-group imagery to be attached to posts. … To shield users who do not wish to see such things popping up in their feeds, Twitter blocks those posts from view with the “sensitive content” label.
How can I see tweets with sensitive content?
View instructions for twitter.com by selecting the desktop computer icon.
- In the top menu, you will either see a navigation menu icon or your profile icon. …
- Tap Privacy and safety.
- Under Safety, check the box next to Display media that may contain sensitive content.
Why can’t I see sensitive tweets?
Why can’t I see sensitive content on Twitter? You can’t see sensitive content on Twitter because the setting for “Display media that may contain sensitive content” is turned off. Users who post NSFW content on Twitter will mark their tweets as sensitive.