[Reminder] A tip on posting on Razer Insider

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by technokat, Dec 10, 2014.

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  1. ninjastar6

    ninjastar6 Member

    Thanks for the heads up. I will learn from this and try to avoid creating fluff.
  2. Aaristocrat

    Aaristocrat Member

    Thanks, great info and advice!
  3. maisey

    maisey Member

    I think that maybe razer should rethink the post count thing.
  4. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I dunno, I think that so long as the monitoring is kept up and obnoxious people aren't left unchecked then it seems to be working well enough. There aren't too many other ways that staff could evaluate the members without reading every post in every thread *and* remembering who said what.
  5. GOO93

    GOO93 New Member

    yeah this is all still new to me. :0
  6. Motokill33

    Motokill33 Member

    Why does this have to be so darn complicated? It's understandable that they just want the Nabu, tbh xD
  7. thanks for tip ya~~
  8. Xzenovoid

    Xzenovoid Member

    Very helpful to us noobs out there, thanks!
  9. IniAfi

    IniAfi Member

    I just joined today, haha
    thanks for the tip, i hope this community will get better and better
  10. Guilnerd

    Guilnerd Member

    thanks a lot bruh.. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :D
  11. MarcusChai

    MarcusChai Active Member

    ok thank for you for the tips :wink_:
  12. retroammoGreenSheen022

    retroammoGreenSheen022 Active Member

    thank you for sharing. please post this in the rules for the new members to be informed
  13. SaberRazer

    SaberRazer Member

    Thank you for the tips Doctor Razer God... Lol try saying that with the Morgan freeman voice...
  14. neurogamer

    neurogamer Member

    I could see the Razer teamm implimenting this in the near future! As you can tell they really like to go in depth with their community immersion. I really enjoy what they are doing with these forums. It shows how much they care about the community! FOR GAMERS BY GAMERS!
  15. Hadesgatee

    Hadesgatee Active Member

    @Razer|Technokat When looking at the posts above i see multiple one liners.
    So my question would be when is a one liner considered to be just for the rewards?
    Sometimes there is just 1 line to be said. like

    " thank you for clarifying this 1 rule."

    Are you as a team really checking every single post and decide wether it is a valid one or not?
  16. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    This is quite a delicate issue.
    I know for a fact that between the Community Moderators and Staff, we read every single post on here. Trust me, nothing goes unnoticed. We notice who is spamming and who is contributing.

    It's just hard to walk the fine line between exercising too much power, and allowing too many low quality posts.

    Delete too many low quality posts, and the member gets angry.
    Don't delete as many, and the forum gets real cluttered.
    Warning points do exist, but same as deletion, too many and the member gets angry.

    Hopefully the Rewards system gets changed to a metric other than only post count.
  17. 951102075665

    951102075665 Member

    I get it...
  18. Hadesgatee

    Hadesgatee Active Member


    That is a fair answer :) With great power , comes great responsibility!
    Im thinking about how i would do it, but i cannot see how i would do it differently than what you just said.
    Perhaps You as a trained Moderator (i assume) would be able to see things in a different perspective and 'know' when a reply is genuine and when it is not.
  19. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Also, from my own perspective when it comes to reducing the "clutter" -- for your particular example of "Thank you for clarifying that rule" I'd much prefer that the person use the "Like" button on the post that gave them the best answer and just not make any posts at all. Or if they really feel the need to thank the person then just send them a private message, because there's no value, other than just being polite, to commenting further and bumping the post up again. However, when you click the "Like" button, it does notify the person that you've done it and they know you found the information useful.

    As Lafar pointed out, it's a very delicate balance for the mods/staff, but we do see/read absolutely everything, and we also communicate with each other enough to get a very full view of the forum and the members.
    Hadesgatee likes this.
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