Community Notes aim to create a better informed world by empowering people on Twitter to collaboratively add context to potentially misleading Tweets. Contributors can leave notes on any Tweet and if enough contributors from different points of view rate that note as helpful, the note will be publicly shown on a Tweet. Sign up to become a contributor.
Community Notes are now publicly visible to everyone in the US. For more information, we have included responses to frequently asked questions below, but you can learn more through the Community Notes Guide as well.
This is an open and transparent process, that’s why we’ve made the Community Notes algorithm open source and publicly available on GitHub, along with the data that powers it so anyone can audit, analyze or suggest improvements.
Anyone can report notes they believe aren’t in accordance with those rules by selecting the Report, or by using this form.
menu on a note, and then selecting
I have a note on my Tweet. What can I do?
As a Tweet author, if you disagree that a Community Note provides important context about your Tweet, you can request additional review.