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A way to reduce spam/duplicate content?

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Just wondering if this was ever brought up before or even deployed but removed. Anyway, curious if you would add some sort of filter, for some sections of the forum (since this suggestion won't apply to most), where it detects if a certain link has already been posted before (or within a set timeframe if you'd want to allow reposting after some time) and won't allow the user to continue post.

Obviously, this would only work on Video posts in In-Game Media and Game Trailers, and perhaps linked posts in Gaming News. Although, news sites do give out affiliate links and that one might be a little bit tricky filtering out only up to a certain part of a link.

Anyway, that's just a thought.

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i do like the idea but some people would complain when it is a quest... and on quest day i know people just copy past what was already done...


sakebreath said:

i do like the idea but some people would complain when it is a quest... and on quest day i know people just copy past what was already done...

I actually thought about that before posting but I figured there can't be more active AWA than there are new trailers or recent LetsPlay videos out there and it would be nice to see variations/different videos as opposed to the same video getting posted hundreds of times during a daily quest (remember the quest around the time during E3? damn there were tons of CP2077 trailers posted. lol).

But yeah, it may be, or it will be, an inconvenience to many. A workaround could probably be having a set number of posts for a certain link during quest days or something? But now, that would be an inconvenience to both back-end and end-users. Hmm...