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Post content warnings on photos and video tweets

Twitter users can now place a content warning label on photo and video tweets on the platform. These warnings may refer to nudity, violence and “sensitive” information for multimedia tweets. As of now, this feature is now available in Twitter’s Android, iOS, and desktop apps. Also read – BJP Chief JP Nadda’s Twitter Account Briefly Hacked, Soliciting Donations for Russia

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to post a warning on a video or photo tweet right now: Also read – YouTube, Twitter and Facebook Ban Ads Due to Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Add a content warning to multimedia tweets

  1. Open the Twitter app and start composing the tweet.
  2. Tap the flag icon at the top of the composition dashboard
  3. Select one or more alerts, depending on your content, from options such as Nudity, Violence, or Sensitive.
  4. When you’re done, go back and tap “Tweet”

As the name suggests, the content warning label lets viewers avoid certain disturbing or unsafe messages that they don’t want to watch. Notably, Twitter offers three warning offers, including nudity, violence, or sensitive. There should have been another “spoilers” option to keep users away from movie spoilers every time there’s a Marvel or DC movie release.

Before this system, viewers could only tap the “View” option to watch media. Also, posting content warnings on text tweets was not allowed. Also, you don’t see these warnings on TweetDeck yet.

For inexperienced users, Twitter is testing a new feature that allows them to disconnect from irrelevant conversations they don’t want to be a part of. This feature is called the “leave this conversation” feature.

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