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shastarSingh

why is it taking so long to approve posts with external links?

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Agree, and same here.

Not only that, but with hundreds of posts (like you have), why should you have to be forced to undergo moderation. Especially if there's never been a problem before?

 

Also, the "link"  button has been disabled. I think it should be brought back at least for longtime users.

 

The Admin is just making more work for himself by having to approve Every Single Link.

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