Since Please use the new Mod/Staff label tech to identify Community as a bot, I expected the Community user to always show a trailing "Bot" label.

When looking at old suggested edit review tasks, I noticed that Community isn't consistently a "Bot", but appears as any other user. All though a very active one by the look of the statistics:

When pressing "Reviewers Stats" the Community user is shown without the trailing "Bot" label.

The screen shot is from this Stack Overflow suggested edit review task

I'm on Windows 10 using Opera version 79.0.4143.50. I noticed it and turned all my scripts and styles off. But it persists.

I'm assuming it's a bug, hence the tag. But I can't be completely sure, so: Is this intentional?

Spevacus mentions in a comment that

It looks like ALL suffix-icons (such as moderator diamonds) are missing from the "Reviewer stats" panel.

Attaching this screen shot for this Meta Stack Exchange suggested edit review: Screenshot of missing moderator labels.

  • 6
    It looks like ALL user labels (such as moderator diamonds) are missing from the "Reviewer stats" panel. See: this suggested edit review (screenshot) - You may want to edit that info into this bug report. For reference, I'm on Chrome ver. 93.0.4577.82
    – Spevacus
    Sep 27, 2021 at 18:59


You must log in to answer this question.

Browse other questions tagged .