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From "Dave Brondsema" <>
Subject [allura:tickets] Ticket 4900 discussion
Date Wed, 03 Aug 2016 15:10:28 GMT
- **status**: open --> closed
- **Comment**:

Fixed in [#8110]


** [tickets:#4900] comment moderation UI needs work [ss488]**

**Status:** closed
**Milestone:** unreleased
**Labels:** support p3 moderation ux 
**Created:** Tue Sep 11, 2012 03:18 PM UTC by Chris Tsai
**Last Updated:** Fri Dec 05, 2014 04:48 AM UTC
**Owner:** nobody


>the sf 2.0 moderation queue lacks links to the tickets. this makes it quite hard to use,
as the tiny diff for each moderation entry sometimes doesnt seem to contain the relevant spam.

>additionally, some moderation items just say (no subject) for some reason i dont understand--so
i dont even know what ticket they are for.

>the moderation queue needs to always link to the ticket in question.

>finally, in the ticket thread itself, if i see "post awaiting moderation", i should also
see the comment in question, marked as pending moderation somehow. if i am in a thread and
i see something that needs moderation, but have no way of knowing what the content is, i can't
moderate it. am i supposed to go to the moderation queue and hunt through it for the ticket
number? I guess I have to, because thats where the button would be to junk it.

>This interface is quite cumbersome.

Agreed on all points.


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