Sensitive Content Filter

Sensitive Content Filter

The sensitive content filter gives you control over how you view content that is limited or restricted by app stores. By default, the app will blur this content with an    icon until you take specific action to disable the filter.

To view sensitive content, you'll need to disable the Sensitive Content filter in Privacy Settings. Once disabled, sensitive content will be displayed by default.

  1. Open SCRUFF and tap the Account icon.
  2. Tap Settings > Privacy Settings.
  3. In the section Visibility, toggle the Sensitive Content Filter off.

For all the specifics of what’s allowed in profile photos and text, please read through our Profile Guidelines. Our Terms of Service cover all of this in even greater detail.


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