@MemriseMatty @KanaTsumoto @Joshua @MemriseSupport
As always, you can not please all users on the same level.
If you have any doubts, introduce a “mature words” feature like Duolingo offers it for school classrooms; a teacher can deactivate some words like alcohol, wine, beer, etc. (AFAIK there are bugs and it does not really work that great - still showing some words which younger kids should probably not see).
Isn’t your web portal (or mobile app) asking for a birthday or age when a user registers on your server?
You (your backend code) should have a clear idea what category a learner falls into (adult, teen, young kid), don’t you?
Why don’t you have your algorithm hide some words when the account holder does not have the minimum age?
It is somehow ridiculous having to remove several words of courses for adults.
What comes next?
Removing all user-created “Dirty / slang word/phrases” courses from your web portal?
Please don’t do that.
If your team internally considers doing so, please just split courses into 2-3 age categories and when an account owner is allowed to view the courses or words