How to Report Problematic Content
Written by Erin Sunderlin
Updated over a week ago

Our goal at Picmonic is to help students master complex topics faster and recall the information when it counts. Memory science demonstrates that evoking an emotional response improves long-term knowledge retention. Picmonic content is designed to be as memorable as possible and we strive to find the balance between unforgettable and offensive.

That being said, if you have any concerns regarding the content on the Picmonic platform, we encourage you to notify us so that we can take appropriate action. At Picmonic, we prioritize the continuous review of our educational content to ensure that it does not grossly offend. We deeply appreciate the dedication of our users who have faith in Picmonic and take the time to provide us with feedback, which helps shed light on any blind spots we may have overlooked.

Your feedback is of utmost importance to us, and we want you to know that we take your concerns seriously. By sharing your insights and perspectives, you are assisting us in making positive changes within our content. We actively convert your feedback into actionable steps to rectify any problematic issues that may exist.

To notify us of any concerns, we kindly request that you reach out to us via email at In order for us to fully understand the matter at hand, we would greatly appreciate it if you could provide as much detail as possible, including the specific topic name, fact, and/or character that raised your concerns. This information will enable us to precisely identify and address the areas in question.

We are committed to fostering an inclusive learning environment, and your feedback plays a crucial role in helping us achieve this goal. By working together, we can ensure that our curriculum is free from bias, accurately represents diverse perspectives, and promotes equal opportunities for all learners. Thank you for your trust in Picmonic and for joining us on this journey toward equity and inclusivity in education.

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