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Undecided. Only had 1 to date, it's sort of bare and spare. But after DU1 when I UTUSN Jun 2016 #1
I don't think I'm allowed to reply. trof Jun 2016 #2
I'm missing some info here: not "allowed to reply" - be*CAUSE*?!1 UTUSN Jun 2016 #17
Since the changeover it seems that I get into trouble... trof Jun 2016 #33
meh, you have one of the all time familiar DU handle/names so must not be that much trouble!1 n/t UTUSN Jun 2016 #35
Not really. I need more context to make better assessments. femmocrat Jun 2016 #3
Je ne sais pas. trof Jun 2016 #4
I did not see anything like that. Maybe it depends on what rule is selected? MH1 Jun 2016 #7
I didn't see where I could expand posts leading to the alert. 2theleft Jun 2016 #8
Yes, it shows the op and the posts leading to it, collapsed. MH1 Jun 2016 #9
Thank you! That will help a lot. n/t 2theleft Jun 2016 #10
However, if it's an OP, there's nothing to expand. kentauros Jun 2016 #23
I think Skinner addressed that in an ATA post. MH1 Jun 2016 #38
I don't read the ATA, so it's not something I would have known. kentauros Jun 2016 #43
I specifically asked that question and Skinner insisted knowing the group wasn't important riderinthestorm Jun 2016 #50
I have twice had to withdraw because I could not interpret without sufficient context. hlthe2b Jun 2016 #16
You get that box if the alert was not close to being a violation, in yor opinion. Hassin Bin Sober Jun 2016 #18
Thanks! femmocrat Jun 2016 #24
I got it also, a couple of times. woodsprite Jun 2016 #52
I think it's great. MH1 Jun 2016 #5
I like the way it gives more choices liberal N proud Jun 2016 #6
Undecided. There are some good features. Not knowing who has been alerted on will help prevent Arkansas Granny Jun 2016 #11
Its alot more streamlined than before Ruby the Liberal Jun 2016 #12
I agree NJCher Jun 2016 #54
Not since I discovered that the admins are disappearing post removed OPs... demmiblue Jun 2016 #13
I've only done a couple, but I think they made some good changes. ohnoyoudidnt Jun 2016 #14
I think there are some positive elements, but I do feel a bit used after serving with no feedback hlthe2b Jun 2016 #15
I served on one jury and my reaction avebury Jun 2016 #19
DU is probably a better place without my snarkier juror comments. hunter Jun 2016 #20
been chosen 3 times already... IcyPeas Jun 2016 #21
careful Kali Jun 2016 #22
No, not at all. No star, no jury service. I am one who enjoys jury service auntAgonist Jun 2016 #25
They changed that requirement based on feedback, a star is no longer required. n/t seaglass Jun 2016 #29
Thank you! That's very good to know. n/t auntAgonist Jun 2016 #30
I don't like it. So I have decided how I will vote from here on out for all juries. GOLGO 13 Jun 2016 #26
I don't miss "over the top or otherwise inappropriate at all." Miles Archer Jun 2016 #27
Well come on OriginalGeek Jun 2016 #37
I'll get right back to you on that after I check the TOS to see if I can alert on you Miles Archer Jun 2016 #41
I got a "summons" to serve on a jury, even though Hayduke Bomgarte Jun 2016 #28
You wouold have seen the post to be judged if you agreed with the rule. Ptah Jun 2016 #31
The admins decided to scrap the "star member" rule. MH1 Jun 2016 #40
I don't like not seeing results mentalsolstice Jun 2016 #32
So you know, the "must be a star member" requirement was dropped. MH1 Jun 2016 #39
Post removed Post removed Jun 2016 #44
Agreed. I would like to know the results of a jury that I served on. (eom) StevieM Jun 2016 #48
massive upgrade, with jurors actually prompted to follow rules rather than geek tragedy Jun 2016 #34
I like it DemonGoddess Jun 2016 #36
No !!!!!!!!!!!!!! i want to find out the results. trueblue2007 Jun 2016 #42
I don't think curiosity is important enough BainsBane Jun 2016 #46
Somewhat of a workaround to seeing the whole thread being alerted on. mentalsolstice Jun 2016 #45
I don't understand BainsBane Jun 2016 #47
I find it's easier and more precise than the old system ailsagirl Jun 2016 #49
I like it less than the old way, but I think it's better for DU... petronius Jun 2016 #51
I'd like to know how in the fuck pintobean Jun 2016 #53
You can't, of course caraher Jun 2016 #57
I don't care for it. Orrex Jun 2016 #55
Like others have said, I don't like not being notified. Behind the Aegis Jun 2016 #62
I think I'm leaning toward the old system. IrishEyes Jun 2016 #56
I would like to log on without being asked Bluzmann57 Jun 2016 #58
Robb is a dingbat IronLionZion Jun 2016 #59
It doesn't bother me either way, however I never get yuiyoshida Jun 2016 #60
Just did another jury & I voted exactly like I said I'm going to do. GOLGO 13 Jun 2016 #61
No Sherman A1 Jun 2016 #63
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