When you report a post to mumsnet

(11 Posts)
Mydogsleepsonthebed Tue 02-Oct-12 06:47:12

Do you have to give a reason in the wee box or should you just leave it empty and hit report?

Sparklingbrook Tue 02-Oct-12 06:48:24

I would imagine MN need a clue of why you are reporting it?

I guess it depends? If someone says they are gong to hunt you down and kill you slowly and they know where you live, I would suggest no message is necessary. Otherwise it might help to give a clue.

Mydogsleepsonthebed Tue 02-Oct-12 06:50:37

I don't know. That's why I'm asking. And if you report one post and there's more posts that you think are beyond the pale do you have to report them too or will ha be watching the thread ?

Sparklingbrook Tue 02-Oct-12 06:52:29

I think once you have reported the thread will be monitored so no need to report again. Just report the first offensive post and put in the box why you are reporting. You will then get a reply by e-mail from MNHQ.

Just report one post and explain your problems with the thread. Don't report every post, once they have seen your post they will have seen the thread. That's what I would do any way.

Mydogsleepsonthebed Tue 02-Oct-12 06:54:00

HQ

Autocorrect. Damn.

Mydogsleepsonthebed Tue 02-Oct-12 06:55:03

Thank you

TheMightyRubester Tue 02-Oct-12 06:56:24

You report the ones you want to.
Nothing necessary in the box if its obvious why, if not give them a clue.

TheDoctrineOfSnatch Tue 02-Oct-12 07:44:45

Mydog I think it's ok to report more than one post on a thread, it will help them get to the thread quicker and I don't think they'd keep that close an eye after one deletion.

HelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 02-Oct-12 10:17:14

Morning.

It really does help, actually, if you fill in the comments box with the reason why you're reporting a post.

There is no need to multiple-report from one thread, though - if it's the whole thread you want us to look at. Just say in the comments box that it's not the post you're reporting but the whole thread or a succession of posts on the thread that are similar.

The only exception to this might be a long-running thread, where, the next day, there are new posts you'd like to draw to our attention.

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