Helpful tips

Is it safe to send pictures on Twitter?

Is it safe to send pictures on Twitter?

You can send any picture to a specific user on Twitter with the Direct Message function. This will be private, rather than being posted publicly on your Twitter feed.

Can Twitter see my photos?

If your Tweets are protected, only your followers will be able to see your photos in your Tweets. Please note that your followers may download or re-share links to photos that you share in protected Tweets. Links to photos shared on Twitter are not protected. Anyone with the link will be able to view the content.

What is the PG for Twitter?

Procter & Gamble (@ProcterGamble) | Twitter.

Is Twitter content safe?

People are allowed to post content, including potentially inflammatory content, as long as they’re not violating the Twitter Rules. It’s important to know that Twitter does not screen content or remove potentially offensive content. As a policy, we do not mediate content or intervene in disputes between users.

Is Doxing allowed on Twitter?

You may not publish or post other people’s private information without their express authorization and permission. Sharing someone’s private information online without their permission, sometimes called doxxing, is a breach of their privacy and of the Twitter Rules.

What happened to photos on Twitter?

On Twitter for Android or iOS, standard aspect ratio images (16:9 and 4:3) will now display in full without any cropping. Instead of gambling on how an image will show up in the timeline — and potentially ruining an otherwise great joke — images will look just like they did when you shot them.

How do I change my privacy settings on twitter?

How to protect and unprotect your Tweets

  1. In the top menu, tap the icon, then tap Settings and privacy.
  2. Tap Privacy and safety.
  3. Under Tweets, and next to Protect your Tweets, drag the slider to turn on.

Can you be tracked on Twitter?

Much of the data Twitter collects about you doesn’t actually come from Twitter. Consider the little “tweet” buttons embedded on websites all over the net. Those can also function as tracking devices. Any website with a “tweet” button—from Mother Jones to Playboy—automatically informs Twitter that you’ve arrived.