Months ago, I suggested that moderators stop using the word "flagged" to refer to their actions. I thought it was agreed the word "flagging" should be kept for Hubber flagging only, to avoid confusion.
I just replied to a Hubber who says he received an email from HubPages saying his Hub had been "flagged" by HubPages staff - and I'm seeing the same old confusion between flagging and moderating on a few other forum posts too.
Please, HubPages staff - I know you're flat out right now, but please don't make our job of explaining to newbies more difficult, too!
by DK3 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a...
by Edweirdo5 years ago
I occasionally hub-hop, but most of the time I come away from it feeling like I haven't really accomplished much as far as "improving HubPages" goes.So tonight, just for laughs, I decided to type...
by Sherri5 years ago
The question of whether poetry Hubs should have 400-word minimums came up in this thread a few minutes ago:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70203#post1528809I've been puzzling about what to do with poetry Hubs I've found...
by SandCastles3 years ago
I think it is vital that when someone flags your hub you are told who did it and why. If someone complained about you at work, protocol dictates that the person is supposed to go to you first and let you know that they...
by James Paterson8 years ago
it used to be the case that when when you flagged a hubpage, you could comment with your reason for doing such to help the hubteam understand, i used the box to put links to websites that certain hubbers had copied and...
by BlissfulWriter5 years ago
If I hit the "flag" button, will the Hubber of the Hub know it who flagged him or her? Or is the flagger completely anomoyous?Hub staff, please let me know. Thanks.
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