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Q&A Add more context in the community ads

1 answer  ·  posted almost 2 years ago by Moshi‭  ·  last activity over 1 year ago by Monica Cellio‭

#1: Initial revision by user avatar Moshi‭ · 2020-12-20T20:37:37Z (almost 2 years ago)
Add more context in the community ads
Recently, I saw this promoted post:

[![community ad](https://meta.codidact.com/uploads/Lws65NBDEZrhv8XzFFRTp3qS)](https://outdoors.codidact.com/posts/279646)

I feel like the way it's presented is less than ideal, since

 1. It makes no sense out of context (Photo Contest)
 2. It's not a question, so calling it one only confuses viewers more

While the former could be considered just a case of a bad title for a post, the later definitely doesn't help. Could it be reworded to include (at the very least) the category the post is from, so that users seeing posts like these actually know what the post is talking about?