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December 16 2014

You need to mark your "adult" content as such

If you create adult content, such as nude pix or raunchy texts, you should mark them as such right away via the “NSFW” (= not safe for work) button during the post edit/creation mode or via the checkbox for the import.

If you don’t do this, and your privacy is set to public, people who want to surf Soup in a family environment won’t be able to do so, and may report you via the flag icon. This is when we will (sometimes even automatically) switch your whole soup to NSFW and let you know of the offending post so that you can learn what others (or we) consider NSFW.

Tags: nsfw posts soups
Reposted byathalisnacia

Got reported? You can get back on /everyone with just one click

When someone finds adult material in “safe” mode, they can report it via the small flag icon. After we review it (or, if enough users report it, immediately), the whole origin blog will be switched to “NSFW”, as we have to assume that someone didn’t read the manual :)

This means that all posts of the blog will be treated as if they’re adult material, even when the majority of the posts are not. So take care to mark all adult content posts at creation time - be it in the bookmarklet, on the blog, in edit mode or by setting the flag for the corresponding import.

Got reported despite being careful? Not to worry! Just see through your blog posts for any other NSFW posts, mark them (and, if applicable, the reported post from the notification) accordingly in edit mode, and then you can set the status of your soup back to “safe” in the “Content” section of the soups settings.

Beware: if you don’t actually take care of marking your posts appropriately and just continue to put porn back on /everyone, we may suspend your account. Showing dickpics to strangers may be fun to you, but the additional hassle is not fun for us.

Tags: nsfw posts soups
Reposted byfrittatensuppe frittatensuppe

You can choose (not) to see “adult” material

When you’re logged in, you have the ability to switch to and from “adult” mode (or commonly referred to “NSFW” = “not safe for work”) in the top bar. This will filter out all adult content that we know about in all blogs and streams you surf to. If you visit a blog that is marked NSFW as a whole, you will need to enable NSFW mode to see it.

When you find adult material despite being in "safe mode", please report it via the flag icon, so we can set the originating blog to NSFW as a whole until they had a look through their posts.

Be mindful - if you're in "safe mode", you'll not see any NSFW content on your own soup either.

Tags: nsfw posts soups

February 20 2014

If you set your Soup privacy mode to "friends only", people can not repost from it

Not just can only friends (people you follow) of yours see your Soup, but they also can't repost - only react!
While on the internet nothing is truly private, it reminds friends that the content on a private Soup (or just the fact that it is on that particular soup) is not intended for public distribution.
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