Not 30 minutes ago I posted a question regarding what happened in a particular TV show, right when I clicked 'post', it immediately said something along the lines of "This question is closed to new answers" , so I clicked on said question and it said "waiting for moderators approval"? I've never had this problem, is this something new?
This happened to me on two questions. On one, the question was disapproved, and the other the question was unclear to moderators.
There is no QAP process for questions, but people can (and do) report dubious questions.
Certain words will automatically be flagged by the system and the question will be referred to a moderator, such as words of a sexual nature and topics not allowed by AdSense advertising.
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