I'm not sure if I asked this before, so I checked and didn't see anything.
I like to manually check all answers to my questions of duplicate content. Since I don't immediately check answers as I receive them (or the notifications), I think this would be much easier if I had a checkbox or something by each answer that I could check once I've made sure the answer is not dupe content.
Additionally, it would be nice to be able to see a quick index of all answers I've not checked for use when I'm in, well, a checking mood.
I think this would be important since I get a LOT of dupe content answers from hubbers. Not just those low hubscore hubbers that seem to seldom pop in, but also high hubscore hubbers that spend a large amount of time on the site. It's really surprising... the number of dupe answers!
Edit: Heck, this feature would be great for hubs, too, so I know which hubs I've not checked (in a while) to see if they've been copied on other sites.
I just asked several questions today and ALL of the answers I've received so far are duplicate content.
Since hubbers refuse to take the message "Don't bloody use content from other places as your answer" into regard, I would like a nice way (aside from notifications because that doesn't really work for this) to be able to mod answers... since I literally have to check EVERY SINGLE ONE for duplicate content.
Sorry for venting, it's just frustrating. I flag some people who do post dupe answers, but it's getting to be a frequent event.
Melbel, I'm sorry for your frustration, and I apologize for taking so long to respond as I was away on vacation.
Thanks for making the suggestion (and for being SO diligent with checking answers!). I'll keep this suggestion in the queue of things to consider when we do additional work on Q&A.
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