Triviathon (just a comment)

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  • Merlyn Hileman

    I'm seeing this too. I played Triviathon this morning for the new event, and I got a string of 6 or 7 questions in a row about the coronavirus. 3 of them had exactly the same wording: "What is the common name of COVID-19?" I guess the user report function doesn't work anymore. Oh well, I essentially got free answers out of it! LOL

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  • @ablheath

    That’s just the way it goes. Sadly, when Kobe passed away, we began having to have tons of questions about him and still are. Just have patience, something new will take its place and corona questions will did down
    On another note, are y’all seeing anything different in Triviathon? I’ve received “news” article on something new, but haven’t seen anything new in the game?

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  • R Eric Fields

    If we're all noticing repeated questions about Corona, then no question should ever be rejected on the basis of "repeated question". It's obvious that policy is not being followed

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  • @ablheath

    I believe it’s because they are all worded slightly different. No two aren’t exactly alike. But, the only game we can see who submitted the question is the Classic game and I haven’t even checked it out. Have you? I’m going to from now on. I’ve submitted tons of questions/answers that have been rejected due to repetition.

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  • etermax

    Hello Judi Shevlin, Merlyn Hileman, @ablheath, R Eric Fields, thank you so much for your comments, guys! We genuinely appreciate the feedback! Just as you have mentioned, Judi; questions in this game are approved by users. Nevertheless, we want to let you all know, we are currently working to implement new filters withing the Question Factory that will allow to improve the quality of the questions that are finally approved into the game. We expect to raise the barre and avoid this kind of situations. We are aware that some of you have also been very active within the Factory and we appreciate your contribution, as we hope for it to continue on! Thank you! We apologize for all inconvenience this may have brought upon you! We wish you all have a wonderful day!!

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  • Judi Shevlin

    Oh, I hope the new filters include a grammar check! That some questions EVER get passed into the game really amazes me at times! Spelling and punctuation are 2 reasons some questions should never be added to the game!

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  • @ablheath

    I have submitted tons of questions that are rejected for repetitiveness or just there, never getting enough votes to be approved. That’s one reason I can’t believe how so many stupid/incorrect answers get approved so quickly 😊

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  • etermax

    Hello Judi Shevlin and @ablheath! Thank you for your comments guys! Thank you for sharing your opinion regarding the new filters, Judi! We appreciate and will take into account! Audrey, we have tried to look into your suggested questions to have them approved, but have not found them with the email address you have used here, please let us know of your username within the game, for us to be able to locate your suggestions. We understand and apologize for all inconvenience this may have caused you. We wish you have a wonderful day!

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  • Judi Shevlin

    Hi guys! I spend MANY hours each day playing Triviathon, mostly to add to my coin balance, but also for the experience of answering many different questions. I do learn a lot by doing that! One thing that I notice, however, is just how many questions relate solely to the United States, and our history. I mean, they would have to teach crazy amounts of world history for people from other countries to know that much of our history! Seriously, how can most people know who our presidents were, and who was the 16th president? Why would they even care to know that stuff? I mean, if someone asked who the King of England was in 1492, I would be clueless! I feel bad that so many questions are directed toward American history. Also, I wish there could be more suggestions and guidelines for people to read before they submit their questions. Seriously, some questions are TERRIBLE! There are many that are not date specific when they absolutely should be. And, as I've said before, spelling and punctuation are sometimes just TERRIBLE! With the new filters you guys are working on, I truly hope some of these issues can be resolved. Thanks for listening, I truly appreciate you! Have a fantastic day!!

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