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Twitter Support

By Gummomarx ·
Tags: Networking
I've just received an email from Twitter to confirm action having been taken against an offensive tweet that I'd reported. It doesn't indicate which complaint they're referring to but the email contains a case reference no.

Previously, complaint messages would reside within 'Notifications' but there's no mention in mine of this case. Does anyone know where I can find these reports?
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by deborasumopayroll In reply to Twitter Support

You can report Tweets, Lists, and Direct Messages that are in violation of the Twitter Rules or our Terms of Service. Examples of violations you can report are Tweets, Lists, and Direct Messages for containing abusive or harmful content, spam, impersonation, copyright, or trademark violations.
Navigate to the Tweet you’d like to report.
Tap the icon located at the top of the Tweet.
Select Report Tweet.
If you select It's abusive or harmful, we’ll ask you to provide additional information about the issue you’re reporting. We may also ask you to select additional Tweets from the account you’re reporting so we have better context to evaluate your report.
We will include the text of the Tweets you reported in our follow-up emails and notifications to you. To opt-out of receiving this information, please uncheck the box next to Updates about this report can show these Tweets.
Once you’ve submitted your report, we’ll provide recommendations for additional actions you can take to improve your Twitter experience.

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