When you write an article for bananapedia and it gets rejected it would be very handy to know what's wrong with it.
How can you change anything and/or make it better if you don't know what you did wrong?
I wrote two articles already and they were approved, the third one I wrote in completely the same style suddenly gets rejected.
Why ? I don't know. It looks like a nice article to me but it seems some 'Goderator' has a different opinion on that but he/she is not telling me what's so bad in it that it gets rejected.
A bit easy this way I find. If this is the way moderators are reviewing then I ask myself the question if it's still worth to put so much time in writing an article. That's what I'am doing, when I write an article I don't write it in 30 minutes or so, I work a whole evening and/or night on it doing the research, selecting screenshots and writing. So, if something is wrong tell me, so I can change it, that's what every editor does.
RE: Feedback when an article is rejected - 01.08.2017, 06:22
The moderators are probably very busy and do not have time to edit every single article that gets submitted, however, I do wholeheartedly agree with you. A couple simple dot points or even a selection of preset messages on basically why the report got rejected & what would need to be changed would be very helpful.
RE: Feedback when an article is rejected - 02.08.2017, 01:13