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A question you are watching may have been trashed into that question. You can fix this by deleting "What is inappropriate subject matter for WikiAnswers" off the question list at the bottom of http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Special:watchlist&magic=yes
This bug will be fixed in the coming months
This bug will be fixed in the coming months
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Using Your Watchlist You can put whatever questions you want on your Watchlist. This list shows all of the questions that you wish to watch - whether you asked them, answered …them, or are making sure that no one ruins a great answer. When you see a new question, you will see four blocks that you can click on. One of them says "Watch this question" which if you click on it, will be added to your Watchlist. Any changes at all that are made to that question will show up in your Watchlist, with information on when it was changed and by whom. You can also unselect questions that you wish to watch by opening up your watchlist and clicking on "Click here to change the list of Categories and questions you are watching." (See Related question on how to use your Watchlist)
In the blue toolbar to the left of the page, under "My pages," click on "My watchlist." Then, click on the orange "Edit" button on the top right of the page that is headlined …"Edit watchlist." Below the "Watched categories" section, you will see the "Watched questions" section, which has a list of every single question you have added to your Watchlist. Click the ones you would like to delete from this list, and then don't forget to click "Save" at the top of the page.
If you believe the question you asked is appropriate please e-mail GoodQuestion @ WikiAnswers.com (no spaces) with the exact question you asked and why you believe it is … acceptable. Inappropriate Subject Matter on WikiAnswers Any question that is asking for answers that contains any of the following: Questions providing personal information Items for sale or wanted to buy, using the website as an online market place. Questions designed to promote plagiarism, as in cut-and-paste Penn Foster exam Lists or examples of curse or swear words Questions of a sexual nature that are truly offensive (check for categories) Questions designed to be inflammatory, with little or no informational value. Questions about how to join a gang or other criminal organization. Questions asking for usernames, passwords or accounts on any internet community website. Questions asking for master passwords to a computer. We have no way of knowing if the computer was stolen, you are trying to break into one, or if it is actually yours. Questions pertaining to any illegal activity. Illegal Drug Questions Questions asking street value of illegal drugs are acceptable on site. Questions about how to obtain or use drugs are not allowed. Asking for Online Account Usernames and Passwords If you are asking about an online game try asking people how they got that item or how they got to that level instead of just asking for their item or account. In the case of email you can sign up for an email with various online email services so why would you need another person's email password? Finally asking for passwords for servers and admin accounts on websites is considered an attempt at hacking which is a federal offense.
This question is for the use of SPAs and other non-supervisors. Here they might move alternates that they think need to be in this catch-all category. If the SPA or non-superv…isor moved the alternate(s) correctly, they will be split and subsequently added to the "inappropriate subject matter" catch-all category. SPAs and non-supers can use "inappropriate subject matter" as a shortcut to move alternates.
Inappropriate Subject Matter (Non-English Language Version) Asking for and giving answers that contain: * unlawful or illegal information, like how to break into v…ehicles or for codes that are meant to be purchased, or how to get someone else's password. * information that can be harmful, like how to make a bomb or how to kill someone. * personal information about celebrities, including where they live, mailing addresses, etc. * pornographic information, such as where to find naked photos or links to pornographic websites * personal information, such as someone's address, phone number, or email address. These are some examples. If you are in doubt if your question or answer is inappropriate, please ask a supervisor! ---- Contenido inapropiado en WikiAnswers Preguntando o dando respuestas que contienen: * información ilegal, como entrar en un vehículo que no es suyo, combinaciones que deben ser compradas, o como encontrar la contraseña de alguna persona. * información que hace daño, como hacer una bomba o como matar a alguien. * información personal de personas famosas, donde viven, la dirección, el teléfono, etc. * información pornográfica, donde se encuentran fotos de personas desnudas o sitios pornográficos en el internet. * información personal, la dirección, el teléfono, la dirección email de alguien. Estos son ejemplos de malas preguntas. Si no está seguro si su pregunta o respuesta es inapropiada, por favor pregúntele a un supervisor. ---- Hindi Naangkop na Paksa sa Wiki.Answers Sa mga tanong at pagbibigay ng sagot na nagtataglay ng: * mga impormasyong labag sa labas at di-makatarungan , tulad ng pakikialam sa sasakyan ng iba o sa madaling salita pagnanakaw at kodigo na bibilhin o pag-alam sa password ng sinuman. * impormasyong maaring magdulot ng kapahamakan, tulad ng paano ang paggawa ng bomba o paano ang pumatay. * impormasyong personal tungkol sa kilalang tao, tulad ng kung saan sila nakatira. * impormasyong may kinalaman sa pornograpiya, tulad ng lugar o websites sa computer kung saan makakakuha ng mga hubad na larawan * anumang impormasyong nauukol sa isang tao, gaya ng tirahan , telepono o email address Ang mga ito ay mga halimbawa. Kung di-tiyak sa kaangkupan ng mga tanong o sagot, maaring sumangguni sa inyong tagamasid o supervisor. ---- Demander ou répondre à des questions contenant : * des informations illégales, telles que comment forcer la portière d'une voiture, comment obtenir des codes devant être achetés, comment obtenir les mots de passe d'un autre individu. * des informations pouvant causer du mal, telles que comment fabriquer une bombe ou tuer quelqu'un. * les informations personnelles d'individus célèbres, incluant l'endroit où ils vivent, leur adresse postale, etc. * des informations reliées à du contenu pornographique, telles qu'où trouver des photos de nus ou fournir des liens vers des sites pornographiques. * des informations personnelles, telles que l'adresse, le numéro de téléphone ou l'adresse courriel d'un individu. Ces points représentent quelques exemples. Si vous n'êtes pas certain si votre question ou réponse est inappropriée, vous êtes priés de vous renseigner à un superviseur. ---- Note to supervisors: This is a catch-all question. Neither it nor its alternate wordings should be removed. See related questions for more info about catch-all questions.
Wiki Watch The purpose of the Watchlist is to, well, watch. According to the WikiAnswers Help Center, your Watchlist "is a tool for monitoring the activity in specific… categories or in individual questions or discussions that interest you..." Your Watchlist basically lets you keep track of certain questions - it will update you on which user changed the answer to your question, or altered your question in any way. Read more about the Watchlist in the Help Center, via the Related Link.
We know "inappropriate" can be a bit subjective, so if you're wondering what Answers' standards are, we're here to explain! Remember - staying safe online should b…e your priority while surfing the 'net. By removing inappropriate content, we are doing our part in keeping our community safe! What is considered "inappropriate" subject matter on Answers? Any question that is asking for answers that contains any of the following: 1. Questions providing personal information (this is for your safety - both the question asker AND the answerer). 2. Items for sale or wanted to buy, using the website as an online market place. You may want to try eBay instead! 3. Questions designed to promote plagiarism, as in cut-and-paste. For example, directly copying a question from a Penn Foster exam. 4. Lists or examples of curse or swear words. 5. Questions of a sexual nature. We recognize that there are legitimate questions about this subject, but since this is an educational site that is allowed at many schools, we ask you to go to other legitimate places to find good answers to those questions. WebMD, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC.gov), kidshealth.org/en/teens/sexual-health, and many other places offer accurate information. 6. Questions designed to be inflammatory, with little or no informational value. 7. Questions about how to join a gang or other criminal organization. We believe in peace! 8. Questions asking for usernames, passwords, or accounts on any internet community website. a) If you are asking about an online game, try asking for tips on how to get an item or how to get to the next level, instead of just asking for their item or account. b) In the case of email - to keep users safe, we don't allow questions asking for email addresses or passwords. We suggest you create your own email account with your own password. c) Finally, asking for passwords for servers and admin accounts on websites is considered an attempt at hacking, which is a federal offense. 9. Questions asking for master passwords to a computer. We have no way of knowing if the computer was stolen, you are trying to break into one, or if it is actually yours. 10. Questions pertaining to any illegal activity. 11. Questions pertaining to illegal drugs. If you believe the question you asked is appropriate please e-mail GoodQuestion @ WikiAnswers.com (no spaces) with the exact question you asked and why you believe it is acceptable.
To stop receiving email updates from your watchlist on WikiAnswers: Click on "My Watchlist" under "My Pages" in the blue sidebar.On the "My Settings" page, scroll down to "Em…ail Updates."Uncheck all boxes (If they are checked, place the mouse pointer on the box and click on it to uncheck.)Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Save Settings."
Click "My watchlist" under "My pages" in the blue box on the left side of the page.
Simply go to "My watchlist" on the blue panel on the left-hand side. The click "edit" in the top right corner.
Supervisors can trash inappropriate questions to a catch-all category that houses inappropriate questions that are hidden and out of view of normal users on the site.
I figured it out. But just in case anyone else wants to know... Go to "My watchlist". Find the "Edit" button around the top right corner. Click it. Check off all the subjects …that you want to add to your watchlist.
To unsubscribe from watchlist updates:When you are logged in to Answers.com, click on the "My settings" link in the blue navigation bar on the left side of the page.On the "My… Settings" page, scroll down to "Email updates".To unsubscribe from all watchlist updates, remove ALL check boxes from "Email updates"Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Save Settings." You will no longer receive email updates from your watchlist. If there are any updates you want to continue to receive, be sure a check mark is in the box next to those updates before clicking on "Save Settings." If you have questions or need some help, contact answers.com support by using the Contact form here: Answers.com Contact Us .
What is "inappropriate" depends entirely on who you are and what your ideas of propriety are. If you are a complete moron, you might think that the line "in fair Verona where …we lay our scene" is inappropriate because it uses the word "lay". Yes, the prologue does refer twice to the fact that Romeo and Juliet die in the play. If you think that it is inappropriate to acknowledge that people die, then I think you are in serious denial about the truth about what it means to be human.
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This answer depends very much on who you ask. Some people think art needs to be contreversial, the more people find it inappropriate the better. What is inappropriate can …also depend very much on the audience, college classrooms woudl be able to discuss more contreversial subject matter than elementary school classes.
Pornography. If you are submitting a photograph to a publication or a website, check their submission policy as they may restrict certain photographs, such as nudes.