Tumblr gives iOS users more leeway for browsing sensitive content. A button has appeared in the social network’s web settings, it allows you to activate and deactivate the display of posts that may contain explicit words or images in the iPhone app.
This is much better than the current version, which has been blocking this content in search results, tab since late December Membership And For you From the dashboard, and restricts access to blogs marked as outspoken sexual. A revolutionary measure taken to respect the App Store’s policy explained the social network last month.
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But Tumblr also indicated that a more flexible system is being set up for iOS users: it’s this new setting. You should know that it is activated by default, i.e. sensitive content is not visible in the app.
When the option is disabled, Search will again return results that may contain posts with explicit content (but do not violate the Tumblr rules) and receive sensitive post recommendations. On the other hand, the explicit content of such labeled blogs will still be inaccessible.
The setting in question must be changed in the web version of Tumblr. Go to your profile settings, then deactivate the option hide sensitive content, You will then need to “kill” the Tumblr app from the iOS multitasking drawer, then launch it again. It would be handy for this setting to be available directly in the app, but it’s not on the agenda just yet.
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