Ensure the privacy, security, and compliance of your content with Sensitive Content Labels.
With Linktree's Sensitive Content Label features, you can do things such as enabling an overlay to display over the top of your Linktree, which your visitors must accept before they can see your Linktree content.
You can also add a link gate to your links to ensure that your visitors are aware of any sensitive content that they may be visiting.
This is great for users with age-sensitive content or any user/brand that is required by law to seek their visitor's acknowledgment prior to seeing their content, such as alcohol, gaming, and adult brands.
How to enable the Sensitive Material overlay on your profile:
1. Head to the Sensitive Material section found in the 'Settings' tab of your Linktree Admin
2. Scroll down to the 'Sensitive Content' section
3. Click the toggle to enable.
This is a PRO feature
On our PRO subscription, you have additional options where you will be able to select from four different label types.
This label shows your visitors a screen that asks them to acknowledge that they are over the age of 18 before seeing your Linktree.
This label shows your visitors a screen that asks them to acknowledge that they are over the age of 21 before seeing your Linktree.
This label shows your visitors a screen that asks them to acknowledge that they are over the age of 25 before seeing your Linktree.
This label shows your visitors a screen that asks them to acknowledge that the content on your Linktree might be of sensitive nature. Please ensure you enable this if you have adult-related content.
How to enable the Sensitive Content label on your links (Free & PRO):
1. Create a new link in your Admin
2. Click the 'Lock' icon located below the URL of your link
3. Your link will expand to show the options to have your link gated with: 'No gate', 'Code'(Coming soon), 'Date of Birth', or 'Sensitive Content'. Select the option you would prefer.
Linktree has strict community guidelines and use policies that prohibit the use of the service to be used for anything of illegal, adverse security or spam nature. This feature is not intended to enable this type of content. This feature exists to enable legitimate users and brands using the service that have a legal obligation to alert their visitors or seek their visitors acknowledgement prior to viewing their content.
For more information about our Sensitive content labels and why we are doing this, click here.