I had a post called "Duolingo should add Scottish Gaelic!!!!!!!" and it was language-related, was not spam and did not have any rude words in it.
I woke up in the morning to find
it was deleted!
I know Moderators don't delete a post for no reason. I don't think it was them who deleted it. It definitely wasn't me
I am puzzled. Maybe a Moderator made a mistake and deleted the wrong post, or
I DID delete it (negative at the moment)
someone has hacked my account and deleted the post. No one else can delete it apart from me, the moderators and the Duolingo staff, right? (and of course a hacker, that's my point)
What could have happened?
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A post automatically disappears from the discussion forums if it gets -5 votes. This way, Duolingo has less spam. Many people probably thought your post was spam and downvoted it. Maybe tone down on the exclamation points, because most people think spam as soon as they see many punctuation points. They also think it is spam if you only have a title with no description or with a very short description that means nothing. Maybe create the post again, with less punctuation points and more explanation on what you said. I haven't seen your post, so I don't know what it had on it, so if you had an explanation, then just tone down the punctuation points. Hope that helped!