How do I report inappropriate photos?

If you find a photo on our site that you feel is in violation of our Community Guidelines, we encourage you to report the post so we can review the content.


- Newsfeed images: 

Reporting options are found by clicking the three dots at the upper right corner of the newsfeed post with the image you wish to report.

  • In a Mobile Browser or our Android and iOS apps:  Select report image.  Then you can pick between four reasons:  Sexually explicit imagery, Hate speech or violent imagery, Spam or advertising, or I don't like this.  

  • In a Desktop Browser:   Three options will appear.  If you wish to report the image, select Report this image.  Then you can pick between four reasons:  Sexually explicit imagery, Hate speech or violent imagery, Spam or advertising, or I don't like this.  

Once an image is reported, it will be reviewed by the staff.
 

- Profile images:

Please contact staff by emailing us directly here.



- Forum images:  

  • In a Desktop Browser:  Reporting options are found in the “Flag” menu at the bottom left of a post.

  • In a Mobile Browser or our Android and iOS apps:  Reporting options are found by tapping the “…” menu at the top right edge of a post.


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Site Photo Guidelines:

No Profane, Vulgar, Sexually Explicit or Illegal Images

All images on the site, including all profile pictures and images posted in the forums, should be work-place friendly. While we reserve the right to remove any photo we feel is inappropriate, here are some partial guidelines as to what is not acceptable:

  1. - no nudity

  2. - no underwear, thongs, g-strings, or banana hammocks

  3. - no pants or shorts worn mid-hip or below (no saggers)

  4. - no photos in which hands or objects are the only bodily covering

  5. - no excessive cleavage (if you would wear it to work, it’s probably OK)

  6. - no close-up shots of cleavage, butt, breasts or crotch in any state of dress

  7. - no hateful or violent imagery

  8. - no images containing profanity or vulgarity

If you are photographing yourself to demonstrate successful weight loss, tight fitting spandex is a great way to show the change in your shape, while still abiding by these guidelines. Photos altered to present inaccurate weight-loss results are prohibited. Please keep the experience at MyFitnessPal encouraging by keeping your "success" photos authentic.

 


Last Updated: Jun 26, 2017 10:16AM PDT

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