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Why was my discussion removed without any notice?

Hi community managers,

I've written a short article to discuss my technical approach for my Confluence App. It was removed and marked as SPAM!? Was that a mistake or is this really considered as not-wanted content?

Here is the URL

I've had this question on our support channel so I thought it would be good sharing it here. Since I've invested 2 or more hours in this text, if you really choose to remove it, can you send me a copy? (I've already deleted my draft after successfully publishing the article)

Thank You


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Kat Marketplace Partner Oct 20, 2019

Looks like your discussion was in the wrong place. I have released and re-homed your original article.

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Thank you very much Kat :)

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