When users complain about a iffy post, they start suggesting edits and then another user gives an explanation on how that edit suggestion is wrong.
The users go back and forth, and then suddenly, when 8 - 12 comments are posted, a screen like this shows up:
Comments aren't for extended discussion. Would you like to continue this conversation in chat?
That is after a long time and I am suggesting that relevantly after 5 comments, that message should appear. After you create a chat room from this link redirector, a bubble comment says to the other user:
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
I don't know if a moderator/community bot suspected the "back and forth" movement and inserted that message, but I know that it should be at least after 5 or 6 comments that it should pop up without any online supervision. Can this happen, or what are some ways I can be effective to comment arguments with comments?
Flag 1 comment out of the bunch for a moderator to view the posts?
Allow another moderator/community bot to insert the message (if they do)
Comment that they shouldn't be fighting and/or say that they should continue it in chat myself?