Thumbs Down - Review Feedback

Hello Explorers,

Here's where you can post constructive feedback about the reviewing process. What is confusing to you? What's not working for you? What's making it difficult for you to enjoy reviewing?

Thanks again! Looking forward to sharing your feedback with the team.



  • Thank you. I've taken not of your feedback and will be sure to share it with the team.

  • TooLegitToExist-INGTooLegitToExist-ING Posts: 54 ✭✭
    edited October 31

    Bring back the 5 star for poi impressions with 1 star be fake or abuse or not oublic accessible , 3 stars be neutral & 5 star being amazing or deserved

  • auntergoafa-PGOauntergoafa-PGO Posts: 86 ✭✭✭

    Since a report button has been added, isn't the abuse option of Accurate and High Quality unnecessary?

  • Gazzas89-PGOGazzas89-PGO Posts: 2,523 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I would change the wording g of this header

    High quality suggests that a picture that isn't high quality, or a mistake in the title or description, is grounds for a thumbs down. A couple of mistakes, or a slightly darker picture, are not ground for a rejection imo

  • Gazzas89-PGOGazzas89-PGO Posts: 2,523 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Also not a fan of this

    Sometimes socialising can be 2 people on a date. And for somethings, like a community its notice board, I'd say that encourages socialising, but I wouldn't have more than a few people around it. Other things like the ncn can arguably meet the socialising aspect if cycling or walking groups go along it (or again, 2 friends walking along) but I'd not be able to pick a number on that as arguably thousands of people could go along that route in one day

  • SeaprincessHNB-PGOSeaprincessHNB-PGO Posts: 1,358 Ambassador

    That's not a required field. If you don't have a good answer for it, feel free to skip it.

  • Gazzas89-PGOGazzas89-PGO Posts: 2,523 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Oh right, my bad, my screen brightness was low so didn't notice the optional bit lol

  • Gazzas89-PGOGazzas89-PGO Posts: 2,523 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Arguably the flagpole could be important for locals, just depends where it is. Like, in the UK flagpoles aren't rhat common. There's o e that's already a poi in a park near me, but it's cool to go to because it's at the highest point in the park and the bit it's at gives an amazing view of the surrounding area, so I would have submitted and accepted based on that

  • HaramDingo-INGHaramDingo-ING Posts: 1,707 ✭✭✭✭✭

    While I did say that there should be anything in regards to the "SEE" criteria, do I simply put "yes" to a great place to exercise and a "no" to the other two (socialise, explore) or the other mix? I'm concerned that I would start getting these weird rejections where it starts to state "Not a good place to exercise" when I submitted a statue. Or "not a good place to socialise" when I submitted a National Park. Furthermore, legacy wayspots (such as post offices) have far sketchier stretches of meeting the three (yeah, sure post offices might just fit into the socialise aspect but have you ever seen people socialise like crazy at a regional town's supermarket?) instead of just being outright eligible.

    I very much believe you should drop the word "business" in the "generic business" reject reason because everyday regular objects start to be rejected for a generic business when they weren't even businesses in the first place. "What, my park was rejected due to being a restaurant? WŢF?!" Avoid that.

    • The generic store or restaurant reason is commonly used among reviewers for other "generic" objects. Not correct, but it does happen.
  • Naooo888-PGONaooo888-PGO Posts: 12 ✭✭

    I had a hard time finding how to reject a middle school. I had to ask the discord as it was not intuitive at all.

    In French half the criteria on the little information bubbles isn't translated.

    In French the appropriate question says "Adapté aux piétons" (safe pedestrian access).

    A school is safe for pedestrians. But it is not appropriate for a POI. The wording needs rethinking in French I think...

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