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15 votes
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Take the diamond away from Community ♦ [duplicate]

The diamond in the name of the Community ♦ user is confusing new (and some not-so-new) users, making them think that it's a real ♦ mod or some kind of shared mod account: "thanks, I have been ...
Ilmari Karonen's user avatar
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2 answers

Please give Community its diamond back [duplicate]

Recently a long standing request has been fulfilled, identifying the Community user as a bot. I'm highly in favour of this change, especially with regards to the new stream of comments posted by it ...
Luuklag's user avatar
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243 votes
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Review queue workflows - Final release

All good things must come to an end and so must the review queues project. This project would not have been successful without the community. Thank you all for the hours of reviewing, testing, and ...
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41 votes
40 answers

New Staff and Mod Labels on site metas and Meta Stack Exchange

Update: As can be seen on this post and elsewhere on the site, the styling for the mod/ staff labels has been modified, and hopefully will not pop out and be as overwhelming as the original colors: ...
Yaakov Ellis's user avatar
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76 votes
13 answers

Resolving Community user and "share feedback" issues in review queues

On our announcement for our updates to review queue workflows, we got a ton of feedback on the Community user being the one posting comments for users. Here's a quick summary of some of the major ...
kristinalustig's user avatar
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218 votes
1 answer

Who is on the Community Management Team, and what does it do?

The members of the Community Management Team (sometimes referred to as the Community Team or CMs) are employees of Stack Exchange the company, but not all SE employees are Community Management Team ...
21 votes
1 answer

Can we please avoid calling this staff / bot / mod identifying label a "badge"?

Recently, indicators have been added to make explicit the fact that some accounts have a special status. Unfortunately, the term "badge" has been used to describe this feature; but calling ...
tripleee's user avatar
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19 votes
1 answer

Can other bots have an identifying label, too? Even user-run bots?

Now that the Community user is going to be explicitly labelled as a bot, how about adding the same label to other bot accounts, too? There is an old request for essentially the same thing, but at the ...
tripleee's user avatar
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6 votes
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Confusion around the purpose of the community user

I recently posted a meta question on Stack Overflow (How does the Community bot know a question needs clarification?) about the Community user, asking how a bot could identify a question as being ...
M. Justin's user avatar
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10 votes
0 answers

User labels, such as the Community user's "Bot" label, are missing in the "Reviewer Stats" panel

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 ...
Unconsidered's user avatar
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