Are all questions now being reviewed before being posted?
Just posted a question and recieved a notice that my question is waiting to be reviewed by moderation team and that it's closed to answers.Never seen this before.What might trigger this?
I don't think so. When I post a question, it goes online immediately. However, I always make sure it hasn't been posted before.
i think the questions posted are going to online first and then reviewed. I also get such mail from team@ hub pages about it. If the question is interfered with the existing policy or voted down by 2 or more hubbers they block it and delete it.
I don't think the questions are reviewed before posted. It is a huge and endless work for Hubpages and Hubpages doesn't have enough staff to do this.
Its just a script that works similar to Parental Controls on a tv set. If something is wrong or trips the script then it will bring it to a moderation team queue.
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