How do I know my hub has been flagged and/or rated?
I mean how do I know that people have rated my hub "Up" or "Down"?
We used to show thumbs up/down stats, but people seemed to be taking them too much to heart, so we removed those numbers from your stats page.
Regarding flagging, you'll only be notified if your hub is found to be in violation and removed from circulation to give you a chance to revise it, in which case you'll receive an email giving the reason for the flag, and suggestions on how to bring it into compliance.
As far as I understand, flagging is not an automated process. Users flag, Maddie manually reviews. The only difference the amount of flags makes - the more flags a particular hub/post has, the sooner it gets Maddie's attention
by Debra Allen7 years ago
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by Sherri6 years ago
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by DK3 years ago
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by Carolee Samuda4 years ago
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