On VSCO, you can now block someone if you don’t want them to interact with your content. Please keep in mind that VSCO profiles are public. While someone may not be able to interact with you or your content, blocking doesn’t prevent them from seeing your profile or images.

To block someone on VSCO:

  1. From their profile, tap on the options icon in the upper right corner.
  2. Tap Block, then tap the checkmark to confirm


When you block someone on VSCO:

They won't be able to follow you, save your images, or publish your images to their collections. You won’t be able to follow them, save their images, or publish their images in your collections.
People don’t receive a notification when they are blocked. They'll only be notified if they try to follow you or interact with your content.

People you block will still appear in search.
Past saved images and republishes will not be removed. However, you can always remove your image from their Collection.

You won’t have access to a list of people you have blocked.

If you feel that you are being bullied or harassed on VSCO, please visit this article

If someone is publishing content that you feel violates our Terms of Use or Community Guidelines, follow our reporting guidelines. If you’re ever concerned about your safety or well-being, contact local law enforcement.

To unblock someone:

  1. From their profile, tap the options icon in the upper right corner.
  2. Unblock, then confirm it.



When you unblock someone:

1.You won’t automatically follow them. They won’t automatically follow you.
2.We won't notify them that they are unblocked.
3.They will be able to follow you and interact with your content again.

Why you might’ve been blocked

It is possible that a user felt uncomfortable with the reactions they have had with you on VSCO. Since VSCO is a safe place for expression, we want to make sure everyone is comfortable to express themselves here. Blocking is a way to allow our community a bit of control around their own profile and the interactions they have on VSCO. Please don’t take it personally, and know that we value you as a part of the VSCO community.

As always, feel free to contact us through submitting a ticket.