How to report a fleet on Twitter if it violates the platform’s community guidelines

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The latest feature from Twitter, Fleets, allows users to post story-like videos, images, and tweets that disappear in 24 hours.

Reporting a fleet is just as simple as reporting a tweet. If you find a fleet to be breaking Twitter’s policies and community guidelines, be sure to report it so it can be flagged for the appropriate moderator.

Right now, fleets can only be accessed on Twitter’s mobile app.

How to report a fleet on the Twitter mobile app

1. Open the Twitter mobile app on your device.

2. Find and select the fleet you wish to report for violating Twitter’s community guidelines. Fleets can be found at the top of the homepage, or accessed through a user’s profile page by clicking their profile photo.

3. Once you’ve found the fleet you wish to report, select the down arrow at the top right corner of the screen next to the “X” icon.

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Tap the down arrow in the upper right corner of the fleet. Meira Gebel/Business Insider

4. In the pop-up window, select “Report Fleet.”

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Select ‘Report Fleet’ in the pop-up. Meira Gebel/Business Insider

5. On the next page, under “Report an Issue,” select the type of issue that most pertains to the violation.

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Choose a reason for reporting the fleet. Meira Gebel/Business Insider

6. Follow the prompts in the following windows, and then select “Done” in the upper right corner.

7. Once Twitter has resolved the issue regarding your report, they will typically send you a notification, which can be found in your Notifications tab.

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