Can anyone direct me to the rules of the flag tool in the help section. I could not find anything.
Some think that the flag feature is to the decision of hubpages stuff. As much as I know hubPages stuff is really busy rocking and uniting this place so the ROBOT takes their place. We complain that after being flagged the revision is a long process that stifle our earning speech power for no just cause, (I have a proof that stands in courts).. What is the truth that does not wear a stupid con smile of know how on...peace and namaste.
Here is the information regarding flagging, it is in in the faq...... http://hubpages.com/faq/#flagging
by Cindy Lawson 7 years ago
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by dorothyblueeyes 8 years ago
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by Rik Ravado 8 years ago
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by Maria del Pilar Perez 5 years ago
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by Christoph Reilly 9 years ago
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by Bill Manning 8 years ago
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