anonymous
  • anonymous
Can I please please please have an ignore list? I'm so tired of people who just repost their question over and over, despite people actively trying to help them in their earlier posts.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Someone posts a question, then waits 3 mins, and posts again, etc. Even when I offer to help they just ignore me and repost again waiting until someone will just type the solution for them. I'd rather just ignore their questions so it'd be easier to help people who will actually engage. Also there are others who just post all their homework problems one after the other without waiting for responses, and I'd like to not be bothered by them either. And there are people who just spam nonsense or obscenities, etc. and I'd like to ignore them too.
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
We're actually adding two things in the next week to week and a half. The first is a report abuse button and the second is moderator privileges. These should help ease the crap, particularly the useless reposts. We're still looking at ignore list functionality in terms of viability/effort/priority/etc.

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