This morning I got one of those e-mails from HP informing me that they've "reviewed my article" on one of the niche sites, "and it looks great!"
...which is all well and good, I guess...except that the article in question was only moved to said niche site three days ago.
In the meantime, I've published two additional articles, and last I checked, both of those are still trapped in QAP purgatory waiting to be "featured."
So why are the Powers That Be bothering to "review" stuff that was published, featured, and niche'd (is that a word?) only a few days ago?
Why don'cha "review" my two newest pieces instead so they can begin their journey?
Just a minor beer-fueled rant. No offense intended, simply curious.
Today it's been a mish-mosh of leftover stuff from previous beer runs hiding in the deep dark recesses of the beer fridge... a couple of Yuengling Lagers, and a Tyskie or two (very tasty Polish beer)... not sure what else I've got in the inventory at the moment, haha
Reviews can be triggered by a few different paths. It's possible it was moved, and then you updated it and that triggered a review.
Editors work from multiple queues, but most new articles are getting reviewed within a few days and often a lot quicker than that.
More editors will help!
Didn't a group of around 10 new editors get hired about two weeks ago when we all welcomed them? I wrote a new hub four days ago which I was sure would go straight to a niche site. I also have been waiting for one I revamped to be moved to a niche site, and that's been in limbo for days. Both are written in my usual style and niches, and I'm shocked that have been sitting on HP all week. What are the new editors doing?
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