Gaston Create labels so it's easy to spot what the OP wants. Use [Question] [Feedback] [Feature Request] [Bug] as basics and [Open] or [Solved] as second label
Labels are already being used (though, you can't search for them in the app unfortunately.
Gaston When a user wants an answer to a question, they can either ask in their native language or English. If they ask in their native language, the topic should only be shown to people from that country. If the question is in English, it should be shown globally
This will separate the forum in smaller chunks, which is not preferable either. The translation is a big step forward already and where possible moderators will try to pull a topic towards English. However, we can't force people to use a particular language. 🤔
Gaston Please do not allow users to post in their native language if this differs from the original post. I start seeing more and more English topics with German answers. Then the following answers in English. The following in Spanish. It's annoying and decreases the quality of the knowledge base that's being developed here.
We do not allow multiple topics on the same topic currently, which seems to conflict somewhat with this idea. With the auto-translations this has been simplified somewhat. See also this topic (https://together.bunq.com/d/6774-languages-in-together) where this issue has been discussed extensively btw. I don't think we should force people to use the language of the opening post; there's a lot of knowledge in this community and people are willing to share their knowledge, but not everyone speaks all languages obviously. Then we would limit enthusiastic bunqers in their ability to help out others. 🤔
As moderators we always collect these kinds of feedback and we are in talks with bunq employees almost every day, exchanging ideas how to improve things here, so definitely keep the ideas coming, we will definitely discuss them. 🙂