Do the same rules apply to answering comments that apply to answering/editing Q&A questions? I couldn't find anything in the Learning Center. If a comment/question on an article has grammatical errors, misspellings, and/or typos, will it be published if I answer it? We can't edit comments like we can in Q&A. Should we even bother answering questions posed in the comment section if it won't get published?
If the question even halfway makes sense, correct it, answer it and you have a good chance that the question will retain it's own url. If keywords in that question are searched for enough, more impressions will follow.
Comments are moderated with much more leniency than Q&A. We follow the same guidelines as most community-centered websites. Of course, we remove any that are spammy, inappropriate, non-English or incoherent.
Hi Jan in my experience comments always have typos, but they are always approved if I answer them. (I usually just delete the nonsense comment/questions and the ones that have a link to another site/spam)
I delete comments that are obscene or spammy. I reply to comments that are relevant even if there are typos. They still communicate anyways. Then again, I am not a pedantic English teacher.
Jan, I know what you mean. Like you, I just come to the forum and ask.
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