It seems that many people are confused by moderation, in particular potential gray -area issues such as "overly personal" and some links. I've personally had to moderate some hubs blindly, in the hopes that I am, in fact, fixing what is wrong with it -- but sometimes it's hard to know.
Perhaps allowing moderators to add a snippet of text to clarify some touch-and-go scenarios could help.
I think that is a good idea, not everyone can tell from just a one liner
by Melissa Flagg COA OSC 6 years ago
Most authors answer their readers' fanmail. I've received several notes from followers that were so thoughtful that I'd like to be able to answer them without having to go through their profile and send an email. It would be nice to be able to reply to our fanmail like we do to our comments.
by Richard Ricky Hale 4 years ago
I don't know why we can't have a specific direction when it comes to moderating our hubs. If you can't do that, then we need some sub-moderation options or new terminology for the moderation of "over promotional." Personally, I don't care who moderates my articles. I would appreciate a...
by Bryony Harrison 6 years ago
Is it possible to have a capsule where you can upload audio files?This would be useful for one of my hubs, in which I describe different guinea pigs sounds. It would be good to be able to put those sounds on a hub. I think it would also be nice for poets, who could record their poem to go along...
by jgiannettict 10 years ago
A resource box will be a very helpful featue......for your sig file.
by Raye 6 years ago
When a user gets banned, they are no longer able to actively communicate with other site members in the forums, so it seems sensible that threads they started then get closed to further reply. This would also be useful in instances where people go on a persona spree to circumvent a ban and...
by mikemaldonado 6 years ago
Which is worse: Marijuana or Alcohol? And in what ways?
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