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Notification when your post is hidden/deleted

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I think it's nice for us to know who hide/remove the post (not mandatory though) and the reason the post is removed instead of looking for it and realize that it does not exist anymore. Having the reason will also allow us reevaluate out future posts.

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It is considered standard practice for there to be a post in the topic or a PM sent in relation to a post being removed.

 

If you would like to PM me the post/topic in which you believe something has been removed and you haven't been informed, I will look into it.

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It is considered standard practice for there to be a post in the topic or a PM sent in relation to a post being removed.

 

If you would like to PM me the post/topic in which you believe something has been removed and you haven't been informed, I will look into it.

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It is considered standard practice for there to be a post in the topic or a PM sent in relation to a post being removed.

 

If you would like to PM me the post/topic in which you believe something has been removed and you haven't been informed, I will look into it.

Hi I just recently had a post of mine hidden/deleted and while I can pretty much guess why, I would've liked to be notified since it is considered 'standard practice' & also gives me a clear idea of what's okay and not okay to say on the forums since I have a reason for the removal instead of just wondering what I did wrong and wondering what else I could've done to better myself in wonderful little community

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