In an effort to combat “hateful” content, Twitter has relaunched the test on prompt asking users to revise a potentially hateful reply to a tweet. The relaunch of the experiment furthers the platform’s anti-free-speech policies.
“Say something in the moment you might regret? We've relaunched this experiment on iOS that asks you to review a reply that's potentially harmful or offensive,” the company ominously wrote in a tweet announcing the experiment.
So, when Twitter thinks you are about to tweet something offensive, it will prompt you to rethink your words. Users who get the prompt can either “tweet,” “edit,” or “delete,” the reply. There is also a link a user can use to send feedback if they think they should not have gotten the prompt.