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4.5 out of 5
10.8K Ratings

10.8K Ratings

Itskyle210 ,

Need better moderation

I love quora and been using it for awhile but the moderation team is too stupid. There aren’t fair and have to much power. When ever I answer a question like “Why is America better then Britain?” I always answer with... it isn’t. Or factual information with some jokes to make it funny for the reader, but Quora moderation always takes my answers down because I’m saying factual information why America isn’t better then Britain. I wondering if Quora moderation is Americans hating British humour and British people so they take our answers that explain why America isn’t the best away.

Please fix your moderation team, and also when someone violates a rule then please say which rule was violated, then people can fix that problem and appeal.

Thanks for reading.

Rolls.eyes. ,

Frustrating to use

The biggest problem with Quora is with asking questions. Quora content review is all out there to ruin your questions and drive you crazy. It will change your question, change your topics, censor you for no reason, and it will never give up. There was once I asked a question about chemical paint strippers, and my question was flagged as adult content and I was barred from requesting answers, and the topics 'strip clubs' and 'strippers' were forcibly added to my topics. (A few minutes after removing those unwanted topic tags, they would automatically reappear; so in the end I just gave up.) There was also once when I used a possessive 'its' in my question, and Quora content review changed it to 'it's' (short for 'it is'). Recently I asked a question about 'faded impressions', but Quora content review wouldn't allow me to name my source (David Hume, a philosopher) in the question or in the topics. It also kept on adding 'philosophy of everyday life' to my topics, even though it was a question about knowledge and epistemology, not about everyday life.

If you're going to ask a question on Quora, be prepared for insane edit wars with Quora Content Review. You will frequently have to accept the fact that your question will be defaced and distorted. (Or merged with other questions that are not really that similar.)

Marjhv1958 ,

Not too sure about it.

I came across quora. By complete accident, however I took a look and I found some of the articles that had been posted most interesting. I did download the app. However I had so many email it drove me almost insane 97, in 4 hours. I deleted them without reading any later the same day I checked my emails again my in box there just over 200 emails. The vast majority where from this site. This time I decided to read a few. So much ridiculous crap I ended up deleting the app. Shame really because there are some extremely interest fact, articles, stories, answers. Just wish they didn’t send so many damnd emails. I actually did unsubscribe. On three occasions yet they still kept coming. Haaaaaaaaaa! Had it not being bombarded with email especially after you have unsubscribed I would not have deleted this app. Such such a shame really

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