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SoloLearn Forum posting Policy & Rules

This is a serious issue on soloLearn. There isn't any posting rules , forum policies and regulations not that I know of. The liberty given to members to post is being abused that people just post irrelevant , non meaningful topics e.g android? I want to make money? and so on. soon I will not be surprised if I see a post titled 'bye bye' , 'I love my pet' , I'm sleeping ... Bottom line is that there should be a control measure as to what kind of posts is allowed and other forum rules.

27th Feb 2017, 9:20 PM
Kenny Dabiri
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3 Answers
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These are the community guidelines. https://www.sololearn.com/Content-Creation-Guidelines/ While the moderators may not be actively engaging in forum discussions/activity, rest assured the contents are supervised periodically, and will be removed if found to go against out Content Creation Guidelines. There is also a report feature which may be used to report malicious posts to be reviewed.
28th Feb 2017, 3:22 AM
Hatsy Rei
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I agree, but then again you don't have to read those posts neither interact with them if deemed irrelevant. SOLO-LEARN is where you individually come to gain intelligence, as in you make yourself better from what you learn, and not by what you disagree with concerning others. No offence.
27th Feb 2017, 11:33 PM
Mark Foxx
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@hatsy rei, thanks for the heads up. speaking of reporting, if no action is taken on reported posts, then the report feature is of no use plus moderators should be active to remove those irrelevant posts so one can see important and meaningful posts that needs attention. @Mark foxx, The number of irrelevant posts outweighs the important ones thus making this posts sometimes impossible to see. Finally, the https://www.sololearn.com/Content-Creation-Guidelines. should be glued to the top of the Q&A Thread so members can deem it an obligation.
28th Feb 2017, 8:46 AM
Kenny Dabiri
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