When a question is in the Triage review queue, what action will be taken if the Triage result is Should Be Improved or the result is Unsalvageable?
closed as off-topic by Nathan Tuggy, PolyGeo, Werner, Meta Andrew T., Journeyman Geek Jan 21 '18 at 9:26
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Currently, no action is taken when a question does not "Look OK". This feature is currently in testing.
Quoting from Shog9♦'s post:
However, first we need to make sure that works! In particular, before we start filtering questions from the home page or building a queue for helpful editors, we need to make sure the two pieces we've built already actually do what they're intended to.
So right now, there's no visibility restrictions or helper queue. After a few days, I'll come back with the results:
- If it looks like things are working, we'll start dropping questions that don't "Look OK" from the home page.
- If it's not working, we'll fix them. Change the guidance, the number of reviews required to complete a task, etc.
Once we're all happy with both the behavior of Triage and the appearance of the home page, we'll roll out a Helper/Editor workflow.
Go, review, & let us know how it works!
When this feature comes out of testing and is rolled out, then a question may go through the following paths:
- All "Looks OK" questions will be posted on the homepage, where they can be answered
- Other questions can go to either the close / moderator flag queue where they can be reviewed and eventually deleted or appear in a new "Help and Improvement" queue where they can be edited