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|Posted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:29 pm Post subject: Coming Soon: Content-Aware Posting Assistance and Moderation
Thank you for visiting PhotoshopForums.com.
Building on the buzz of Photoshop's Content-Aware Fill functionality, I'm pleased to announce that our site will soon be offering what we refer to as Content-Aware Posting Assistance and Content-Aware Moderation. We're really excited about these developments.
Content-Aware Posting Assistance (CAPA)
CAPA will help you to post in the most efficient manner here at PhotoshopForums.com.
If you're asking a question, it will push you to ask it in the manner most likely to receive helpful answers. It will make sure that you use the right words and terms and that you include the proper details.
If you're answering a question, it will ensure that your answer is as helpful as it can be, automatically correcting your posts to include the most clear descriptions and terms possible.
Speaking of answers, they'll be needed less, thanks to CAPA's ability to automatically generate an answer for a commonly asked question or issue. It'll draw from posts already made to provide you with the answer that you need.
The system will also make sure that screenshots are included when they are vital to making a point or pointing out an issue.
Content-Aware Moderation (CAM)
CAM will help us to more efficiently manage this community by automatically processing common moderation tasks.
If a thread is posted in a forum that is not the most appropriate choice, it will move it to the most appropriate forum. If a thread has the common characteristics of an advertising or spam message, it will remove said message.
These actions will be logged, of course, to ensure that there are no mistakes. But, we feel pretty confident about it's abilities.
The objective of these two features is to offer a more enjoyable experience for everyone at PhotoshopForums.com. We are currently finishing up their development and anticipate a May 1 launch.
Thank you for reading and supporting PhotoshopForums.com.
Patrick O'Keefe - PhotoshopForums.com Administrator
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