Can you put the reasons for rejecting a comment into the message?
It's really annoying to get a "rejected" message without explaining why.
P C commented
Just stating "violates policy" is not a reason it is just a 'lame' excuse. How can one correct what he/she commented if the error/infraction is not pointed out? It is like spanking a child (used for argument purpose) saying you were bad, without tell the child what he or she had done to be spanked for.
Patricia Roberts commented
Rejections are arbitrary and/or biased. Yahoo is not a proponent of the truth.
Ben Melesio Jr. commented
I agree with you, John. It's ridiculous to get rejected with no explanation when you check your response and see that the poster used much more aggressive and abusive language and was allowed to post.
robert wilson commented
I have to agree with John it is very annoying. Yahoo seems to have time to reject everybody's ******* comments but ain't got time to tell you why they rejected it it's like if you don't agree with everything they say then it gets rejected mine got rejected because I made a comment on something they had no cuss words no hate speech no nothing it's just I didn't agree with that so they rejected it but ain't got balls enough to tell you why they rejected it, and that why does Yahoo need access to my pictures for me to sign up for user voice that makes no sense just nosy I guess
Timm U commented
Yahoo is a farcical "news" outlet. They pick and choose as it fits them best. It's just business.
Kerry Rock commented
OMG you want them to actually make a comment that might lose people? That would be common sense to tell why!
Kevin Mullen commented
Same, and the appeals process wants you to pay...
John Griffith commented
I've been getting "rejected" messages, but what I go back and look at them, I don't see where I violated the standards.