Twitter added a new option which allows you to put a warning on the content of a specific tweet. Until now, it had to be all tweets or none of them.
How to put a warning on the content of a particular tweet
This feature hides individual photos and videos behind warnings of nudity, violence and sensitive content, rather than adding a general warning to all tweets. It is available on Twitter’s iOS and Android applications, as well as on the web version of the social network.
To put a warning, simply choose a photo or video when creating the tweet, touch the edit button (with the paintbrush), select the flag icon and then choose the warning in question: nudity, violent or sensitive. Once the tweet is posted, users will see the blurred content and can then tap to view it normally.
The option to add one-time sensitive content warnings to photos and videos you Tweet is now available for everyone across Android, iOS, and web.
To add a content warning, tap the flag icon when editing the photo/video after you’ve attached it to your Tweet.
—Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 25, 2022
Note that the Twitter disclaimer is only available for tweets with a photo or video. It is not possible to put one on a tweet that only includes text. It would have been nice to have a category for movie or series spoilers, but it’s not available at the moment.