Explaining post moderation for new users

Thanks for everything

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Thanks for the moderation! Greatly appreciated

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Excited to have joined the community! Curious, how long do manual moderation reviews generally take to clear?

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New start on here. Hope I can get into this more than ever through Jup!

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Looking forward to fully exploring and learning. Hopefully I will also contribute when and if I have something useful and interesting to share with the community. Until then, LFG :fire::boom::100: PPP

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Thanks for the rules. It should be helpful to create a positive community.

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I get why very obvious low effort things or let’s say “should have been known to not get a pass” situations like wallet address spams, random links, not LFG related stuff should actually not be entertained too much on the side of giving feedback.

But ins let’s say niche or fringe cases, where it is not so on the nose, even if a moderator can not directly comment on it, it would be very helpful to give a user a DM or something why it got rejected.

Sometimes there is effort and genuine good will in posts here, and without feedback on such rejections, people might loose drive or motivation and just one nudge in the right direction could make long term for more quality content.

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Thanks for all the hard work

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perhaps this can be of help to you:

best regards,

marja

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Interesting… I am starting my journey

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" Please save your writing in a separate document before posting – there is no functionality on this site for moderators to comment on a pending post with feedback, there’s only “approve” or “reject” buttons and you will lose your work if it’s rejected"

I didn’t see this… I wrote a post suggesting a Jupiter grant for a dashboard page on jup.ag. Is it gone forever? I didn’t save it. don’t want to rewrite it.

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Gone forever basically if it was rejected. I totally get that this is bad for you, I experienced the same.

I still think that in the bad cases they bring up (spam, low effort, wallet addresses) whatever it is actually fine like that.

But if someone made big content, it should be hold for review. And if it is only one small detail that would affect “reject” I really think they should address it in DM. I totally get that can not be done too much, and I am not asking to do it for 50%.

But maybe do it for the top 2% of rejected content, and it would make for less frustration.

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thats fine
jup is amazing

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This looks very interesting, something new.

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That explains a lot. Thank you! LFG

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