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A notification when a question is graded by proZ robot
Thread poster: Kirill Semenov

Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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Feb 19, 2005

We may receive a notification when a question is closed by the asker.

Also, we may receive a notification that the robot graded our own answers automatically basing on peer comments.

But we receive no notification when the robot graded automatically a question we had answered (but hadn't won).

I hope it's a very simple thing to add.


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Elvira Stoianov  Identity Verified
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why would you need that? Feb 19, 2005

I'm just curious why you feel this option would be necessary

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Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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Tracking Feb 19, 2005

Elvira Stoianov wrote:
I'm just curious why you feel this option would be necessary


Some of us, including me, are tracking our winning & lost answers, so me personally, I would like to get full notifications -- moreover, when we have an opportinity to have all other kinds of notifications. This is the only reasons. If we get notifications, I would like to get them in all cases I prefer.

[Edited at 2005-02-19 17:35]


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Ines Garcia Botana  Identity Verified
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I think it is not necessary Feb 19, 2005

As I see it, it is not necessary. When I receive the notification that it has been awarded to another person, I realise my answer has not been chosen. And for me that's enough. Perhaps I don't understand clearly what you mean.

Or what you mean is that at the same time the robot grades it, a message should be sent to you, too?

Why not? In this case we would know the chosen answer, am I correct?
Cheers,
Inés



[Edited at 2005-02-19 19:18]


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Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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I mean grading robot Feb 19, 2005

Ines Garcia Botana wrote:
When I receive the notification that it has been awarded to another person, I realise my answer has not been chosen. And for me that's enough. Perhaps I don't understand clearly what you mean.


My point is that when the grading robot (not the asker!) grades a question and it's awarded to another person, you _do not_ get any notification. I would like such notification to be send to all other answerers (not only winners who do receive a notification in such cases), that's simple.


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Nesrin  Identity Verified
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Agree Feb 20, 2005

Kirill Semenov wrote:

My point is that when the grading robot (not the asker!) grades a question and it's awarded to another person, you _do not_ get any notification. I would like such notification to be send to all other answerers (not only winners who do receive a notification in such cases), that's simple.


I agree - I have always asked myself why we don't receive notification in that particular case. It only seems logical that we should. Again, it's not about points, but about knowing which answer will ultimately appear as the chosen one.

Nesrin


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