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  • jmcs
    +2

    The problem with removing comments is that snaps can be in multiple tribes.

    • picklefingers
      +3

      That's exactly the problem, and it's something the admins are working on. I think it is probably going to end up being a solution of a large amount of site-wide super moderators. It may make things like /r/askscience and /r/askhistorians where the comments are extremely well moderated impossible. I'm curious to see what the admins actually propose.

      • jmcs
        +2

        Text posts only exist in a single tribe right? Maybe the admins can allow moderators to remove comments on those.

        • thesavagemonk
          +2

          The more I think about it, the more important I think this feature is. Removing comments from normal snaps isn't that important, but discussion-based posts in some tribes will be crippled if they can't be kept on-topic. This may not be much of a concern now, but as the userbase continues to grow, there will undoubtedly be issues that require chiefs/mods to step in in the comments section.