We had a reader make a suggestion that I like and want to submit as a feature request.
Currently, when the abuse report auto-moderation is tripped the comment is completely removed from the website and replaced with text that reads "comment deleted."
How about giving sites the configuration option to have these auto-moderated comments hidden by default instead of automatically removed. The system could display something along the lines of "This comment has been reported as inappropriate and hidden from view. To read it click here:"
It could then unfurl and display after the user has acknowledged they want to read it anyways.
If an admin later approves the comment that warning would disappear and it would become un-hidden by default again.
1. What problem(s) does this idea solve? Why do you need this idea implemented? Provide as many problems or use cases as possible.
Allows the automating hiding of potentially inappropriate comments while preventing brigading that allows users to completely remove a comment they disagree with until an admin has time to review it.
2. How often would you use this feature?
3. How many people in your organization would use this feature?
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