Why is my question marked as Spam ?


I just posted a question here : https://community.atlassian.com/t5/JIRA-questions/Bitbucket-cloud-integration-with-Jira-server-doesn-t-work/qaq-p/621404#M205477.

My question was immediately flagged as Spam, but I don't understand why.

How can the Spam flag be removed.

Please help.



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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Aug 08, 2017

Unfortunately copying and pasting something from somewhere else currently often results in questions/answers being marked as spam (with a flag in the lower right corner of the screen). You can try copying and pasting as plain text, or pasting the text/code into a text editor (like Notepad) and then re-copy/paste into your question/answer.

Good to know.

It seems that the spam flag has disappeared.

Thank you,


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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Aug 08, 2017

Hi Sebastien,

I have removed the spam tag from your post. I also can't see, why the spam filter declared your question as spam.

We look regularly at the spam quarantine and release the wrongly caught messages, but thank you for pointing us to your question.

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