How to Turn Off Sensitive Content on Twitter

Sometimes you see tweets like "This tweet may contain sensitive content" on Twitter. This means that the content is not appropriate and violates Twitter's media policy so Twitter hides this sensitive content by default.

But if you want to disable sensitive content warnings and view sensitive content on Twitter then keep reading the article.

This guide explains how to turn off sensitive content on Twitter using a mobile device and desktop.

How to Turn Off Sensitive Content on Twitter Using Mobile

Follow the steps below to turn off sensitive content on Twitter using your Android phone or iPhone:

Open your preferred web browser on your mobile device.

On Android, open the Twitter app on your mobile device.

On your iPhone, go to twitter.com and sign in with your Twitter account.

Tap on your profile icon in the top-left corner of the homepage.

Scroll down a bit and tap on "Settings and privacy" from the menu that appears.

Tap on "Privacy and safety."

Tap on the "Content you use."

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

Tap on "Search settings."

Uncheck the box next to "Hide sensitive content."

How to Turn Off Sensitive Content on Twitter Using Desktop

Follow the steps below to turn off sensitive content on Twitter using your computer:

Open your preferred web browser on your computer.

Go to the Twitter web page and sign in with your Twitter account.

Click "More" in the left sidebar.

Click "Settings and privacy" in the menu that appears.

Click on "Privacy and safety."

Click on the "Content you use."

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

Click on "Search settings."

Uncheck the box next to "Hide sensitive content."

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