Why was my content put in draft?

Modified on Wed, 03 May 2023 at 01:41 PM

If your content was placed in draft, you probably received a message from us telling you why. This is because our automatic review mechanism has detected a problem with your content and a Knowunity employee checked your content for violations against our community guidelines. Here are the different reasons why your content was probably not accepted:

  • The title is not relevant enough

In this case, you just have to repost the content, changing the title so it is related and more coherent with the subject of your content.  This way, users will find it more easily.

  • Your content is not readable enough

Make sure that users can read your content. Moreover, the better your content is, the more it will be liked and appreciated by other users and the more you will gain popularity in the community.

  • The quality of the scan is poor

You get this notification if the brightness is too low, the image is blurred or if the framing is not good. In this case you have to redo the scan and pay attention to the quality of the scan.

  • Your content is not relevant for school

Knowunity is a learning application for secondary school students. Make sure your content is related to school courses, school life or post-school university preparation.

  • Your content is insufficient

For your content to be relevant and useful, it must contain enough information and fit on at least one page. If it is insufficient, please, add more details or choose a broader theme. (Example of content that will not be accepted: a simple definition; an equation; a vocabulary list containing less than 5 words...)

  • Your content is not your own

Make sure to always publish only content that you created. This is very important and should not be taken lightly. When you publish content on Knowunity, you legally declare that you own the copyright on your content, it is your own work or that the author has agreed to give up the rights so that you can publish it for free. Publishing a teacher's course, another person's content or a copy from another site is considered plagiarism and can be severely punished by law.

  • Your content is missing sources

When you use images or diagrams from the internet or from a book, please always mention your sources.

  • You have published several notes from the same chapter

If you have several files that concern the same chapter, group them together in a single document. This will make it easier for users to find your content.

If you have a question about a piece of content that got rejected or drafted, please feel free to contact us.

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