Our AI system now gives you actionable feedback to apply to your post in order for you to create the best possible question or response in the moment. These categories exist to help you improve on the quality of your post, therefore boosting that Curiosity Score!
The Four Categories of Packback’s Instant Feedback
The Curiosity category includes feedback on the open-endedness of your question, the length and depth of your description, as well as feedback on the repetitiveness of your text.
Always keep an eye out for multiple sentences in a row beginning with the same word. For example, try to avoid repetitive sentence beginnings using pronouns such as (I, he, her, she, etc.) and lastly an alert of potential flags related to the content of the post. Check out our article below on reasons your post may be flagged for!
The Flag-to-Moderation Process
The Credibility category includes feedback encouraging you to cite your source. Unsupported opinions don’t make for good answers.
Always make sure to cite any sources used in the “Cite your Source” box at the bottom. If you’re looking to cite multiple sources, you can do so by separating each with a semi-colon.
The Communication or “Readability” category includes feedback on your use of paragraph breaks, appropriate use of formatting, the quality of your question and appropriate use of media (videos, images, links). By following these guidelines, you're improving on a post's presentation and readability. This is what he helps to keep classmates more engaged!
The Convention category includes feedback on grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. The Convention category does not impact your Curiosity Score!
For more detailed information on what Packbacks AI looks for within these categories please check out our article on: Instant Feedback and Curiosity Scoring
Still have questions?
If you'd like additional help with improving your Curiosity Score, our Support Team can provide excellent guidance for making a great quality post. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.