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MLL

  • 4 years ago

I think this website is really good because of its simplicity but it may need a little more moderation and maybe a way to dissociate the homework-type thread from the study/research thread. Hope that the feedback helps !

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  1. shadowfiend
    • 4 years ago
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    Currently we're mostly orienting ourselves to so-called `homework-type' threads, but we would like to facilitate both in the future. Moderation is a problem we're dealing with as we can. We've been having fewer issues (as far as we can tell) the last week or so. Remember, if you see a post or chat message that needs moderator attention, click on the `Report Abuse' button on the given post or chat message to let us know about it!

  2. carlsmith
    • 4 years ago
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    @Shadowfiend How do you go about being considered for helping as a moderator? I haven't been on for a while, but real-work has dropped off a bit, and I'm hoping to get back on it. To be honest, I don't see very much badness on the site, but I'm assuming mods get a shout when other users hit the Report button.

  3. MLL
    • 4 years ago
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    Thanks for the answers, actually moderation may not be the right word, i was mainly referring to the few threads that ends up in the wrong category which is not that big of a deal, but sometimes gets annoying. But still the site is awesome and i understand that "home work type" thread is the main focus as its the largest public and i meant that the concept of the site as a study tool is good enough to be extended to other aspects of collaborative/open study, glad its in perspective for the future.Keep up the great work.

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