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Company guidance says to "Use the oxford [sic] comma in sentences."* However, the description of the "It's no longer needed." flag, from the flag modal, says "This comment is outdated, conversational or not relevant to this post." - i.e., it lacks an Oxford comma. This should be brought in line with the company's grammar guidelines.**

I have found a previous post which mentioned this, but only as a bit of jest in an answer focused elsewhere.

*Amusingly, this guidance itself is a bit incorrect, as it should properly be the "Oxford" comma

**Yes, this is very nitpicky. But I like Oxford commas :)

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And so it is done :) For some time translations may be missing - changing the text (adding a comma) means that the text needs to be translated again.

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