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SoloLearn's Content Creation Guidelines

Shortened quote: 'Posts by SoloLearn community members should be - programming-related - aimed at helping individual learners and community members improve their programming skills Posts may also focus on improving aspects of the platform and providing the community with improved content, whenever applicable.' Full version: [EDIT] Please see Yeva's thread to learn more about what should be posted as a feed post instead of a question at the Q&A. Thanks a lot!

4/15/2017 9:31:15 PM

Tashi N

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Hi @Tashi N. Ignore this post. Just something more to relate to πŸŽ‚


It's sad how many don't read over this...


Hi @all. Ignore the post. Just need something to relate to ^^


Hi @all. Ignore this post. Just here to affirm original thread. :D


@Jafca Yep, good one from luka! @all Newbies: Run lukas code. The full version of the Content Creation Guidelines will be output. Pls, read it.


@TheRedSpy We have questions here that aren't related to coding at all but aren't deleted.


Some additional, rules related to Content Creation can be found in the terms of use on privacy policy page at Here is a cumulative copy for the code playgroung as requested by krisna in the post linked below


@Amrit Nope, reporting is no guarantee. SoloLearn chooses the mods.


@Rahul Sry, didn't notice your post. There is no grace period. But nothing will happen to your account, unless you post spam or scam (then the mods will report the account as well). Only the post will be censored, so that no one can see it at Q&A. Then SoloLearn reviews it and decides if it is deleted or reactivated.


@Ace Some even disliked it :)


how long is the grace period given to a user who is supposed to edit or delete his post off his own free will?


what about having a discussion related to code but doesnt directly involve code?


Have a look here

+13 Hope this is useful


@all; I'm seeing posts in other languages other than the default (English). Hence, due to language barrier can't make me understand. I also believe most of them posting outside the English Language might be facing likewise challenge. I think it will be very interesting if #SoloLearn integrates a language translation tool within. What do you think?


Added Yeva's thread because it needs even more attention ;)


I have something to ask. If I report all spam in a month, shall I get the moderator badge?


I submitted many questions in C that I didn't see it in challenges but I didn't receive neither accepted or declined that means questions are dangled I don't know if we have a hand in it to solve this problem or only the company do it however let's rate the questions together to make C challenges more efficient like other languages


yay the ppl answer here! sorry not a good way of testing the forum but I really don't like to wait a month when I have a question... Congrats! you all are really fast, but can we make post on others language s too? I'm a beginner on English too