TINT's Adult Content Filter is an Auto moderation feature that scans images for inappropriate content. When enabled, most posts with nude images are automatically removed from your TINT - even on public connections.
To enable the feature, enter the TINT Editor, and in the CONTENT panel on the left-hand side of the screen, click the "Add Rules" button:
Then, in the Rules pop-up that appears on the right hand side, click the "Image Filter" option. Simply click the dropdown and select "Enable" and click "Apply" to switch the feature on:
With the feature enabled, any posts caught by the Adult Content Filter will be automatically moved to a Trash queue.
The Trash queue is denoted by a trashcan symbol in the VIEW bar of the CONTENT panel.
If a post image is determined to be borderline by our algorithm, the post will automatically be moved to your Private posts queue. For these posts, the post image will be blurred out in the TINT Editor:
From there you can either delete the post completely, or, make it public. In the event that you think that borderline content may be appropriate for your TINT, you can click on the blurred image to view the original image in a pop-up.
If you run into any problems using the Adult Content Filter, please don't hesitate to contact Technical Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.